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51st Year, No 27 



Wednesday, July 6, 1977 



VrgNa Beach, Va. 



Two Sections 



1 Scents 



^OWto stop NOW strikes a Mow 



Beach women organized to fight ERA 



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,'• Wklle tilt Natlooal Or^m- 
jliuoii for Wcran has Immi 
fiisy grtbUm iMdUMtlDito 
Olftt lor the puni* <tf the 
1^ Ugttt AHMdntot. is 
■|SMinr«ter MOthar i^tHV of 
«0ai«B taM qutetly formed 
^ rteentl/ dealt the womr 
la'i rights moTement tts se- 
SoDd treatest set back sioce 
|he Mw-pasaace of the ^A 
iqr the Gweral AssemUy- 
'- ThtiraniM who eomprim 
. flK Virfiida OiiaafiatioD for 
.&W?I *>«■ Tnie«ipras«rta- 
IP ^to FaUU«& stroiiglr 
ihaMaln that «bv does not 
teiNreseaft the ivK)oiity^wo- 



iiMsn's (qdnioR and ^rsibre 
must bestqipedioth^head- 
loag figbt for rattfloAiHi of 
|h« Eqml Rights Anenfinent. 
iRA, when fulljr imderstood, 
voold sot be stQiported by a 
majority of AAierican womnt 
uciming to Vow. 

Rebecca Aone Baker of 
North OtUWa Road in Vir- 
gtaia Beach, acting director 
ot the "VOW to stop NOW" 
organization ^ke recent- 
ly betKre the City Council 
ta MOrMk addng that the 
eoliheU vote "no" on the es- 
tfldlshmait of a committer 
on the ^tgs of Women. 

Mrs, Bticerpcdnted out tint 
the formation of Status of 
Women committees is a pro- 



ject backed by the Jtatema- 
tiohal Women's Year, an or- 
ganization and goal strongly 
siqiported by commnnist 
cowries throughout the 
world. Such commtttees, ac- 
cording to Mrs. Baker's re- 
port, will sxA, as prc^on- 
«its claim, sui^ort better 
J(Hr q)portunitles for iromra, 
betto* ciiild care, better 
health- service and soon ., but 
will become the base of 
(^leratiQns, for an all out drive 
to pass iSA and tliereby 
Implemrat t^ goals and^- 
Jedives d biteniational Wo- 
men's Y^tr ^ World Plan 
of Action purported by that 
group, and the National Or- 
BSIiization for Wjunen. 



A victofytor 
antl'ERA forces. 

Norfolk City Couaeil mM 
nxA to establish flie comnrit- 
tee on tte Status of Womsa. 
VOW cMisiders the action a 
victory for tiie anti-ERA for- 
ces! 

Mrs. llary Barraco, ,a 
well-koowa spcAeswomaft in 
Viifinia Beach for cooserva- 
Uve qpinion and anoUier Ic- 
tive member (rf the "ItpW 
to stop NOW" 
says, "The best ladicattll of 
the real panose of the. wW' 
movement Is found inthcVBe 
they have given to their pwn 



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l^ttorra of iprittc^dMi - 'Re- 
v(4^iaii: ttHhorrow is Now!" 
AcconBng to Mrs. 
Barraco, tte pepose of Sta- 
tus of WcHnen committees 
is to provide a lobbying ef- 
fort si^fMM by tax mtmej 
expressly fcHr the purpose of 
seeking passage of the ERA. 



'The only Anmrlcans 
who wotM directly 
benefit from ERA 
would be female 
radicals, abnwmal 
sexlatsaad haters 

of men.' 



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CO, *W1U add aotliM thai 
VKT to Qw Equal Employ- 
mrat Opportunity Actof 1972. 
ERA ra asi give 'equal pay 
tor eipp iroi±', better pay- 
ing Jobil or better working 
condittoBB. The only Ameri- 
cans who would directly bene- 
fit from ERA would be fe- 
male radicals, abnormal sex- 
ia|i and haters of men," she 

%he women of VOW believe 
in »^ woman's right to choice 
otjift style, .not the break- 
do«h of bmily life." They 
HM ttie efforts of NOW and 
the ]Mffirnati(»aI Women's 
Year Id be, in Urs. Bar- 
raco^S words, "anti-re - 
Ufiottl,r anti- morality, anti- 
dAITM, anti-life and anti- 



A recent Virginia Women's 
Meeting held in Richmond 
i^s described by Mrs. Bar- 
raco as, "... a disgrace. It 
was very very sad." 

Virginia boycott 
urged byBIA 
proponents. * 

A resolutic^ waslassed at 
the meetiic' toHboycott pro- 
ducts, services and business 
in Virginia, to discourage va- 
cationing in Virginia, and to 
boycott the apple growing in- 
dustry in Virginia aatU snch 
time as ERA was passed by 
flie Virginia General AsSem- 
Uy. 

In setter to all Virginia 
jAMiad Qlticii^, Mrs. Bur 

of the Virginia Oq^oisattoD 
for Women in decrymg the use 
of federal tax money for the 
supp(Hl of such tactics. 

"I question the abuse of the 
expraditure of the five mil- 
lion dollars (in federal funds 
granted to U.S. Intemational 
Women's Year diorts}. I 
question my money being us- 
ed to brainwash suscqrtilde 
young girls into joining and 
participating with women's 
libbers, lesbians, ^ialist 
party WITCHES (Women's In- 
temational Terrorist Con- 
spiracy from Hell) etc, all 
of whom were leading the 
meeting and workshq|>s," 
Mrs. Barraco said in her 
letter. 

Members of VOW attended 
the Richmond meeting Irat re- 



peat tti|t aati-ERA represen- 
tatiy^ were bUcklisted and 
net liiowed to speak before 
the mchmoMl mMti%. 

The two day meeth*, ac- 
cording to members of VOW, 
was ftmded Iqr ^1,000 to tax 
money and someof this money 
was used to rtimburse those 
attending toe meeting. Re- 
portedly, no identification 
was re(yiired to show resi- 
dence or age of those re- 
questing reimbursemoit, and 
further, delegate cards were 
left lying on tables, acces- 
sible to anyone who wished 
to rater the sessions regard- 
less ^ age or residence. 

'money...was kept 



C^thoUc Daughters, anti- 
abortion frm9$ as well as 
unaffiliated, "concerned Vir- 
ghsda womra." 



Their alms todode more 
than sttqving ERA ttd MOW, 
toeir interesto lie tore- 
storing moral and rd^ous 
influences to the home and 
preventing toe removal of 
child raising responsibili - 
ties from the home and par- 
«rts. 



"We've been the women who 
quietly stayed home to raise 
(mr families and care for 
our homes," sajn Mrs. Re- 
becca Anne Baker, acting di- 
rector, "now tti^ time tor w 

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retfiilremmtts of 
Identification.' 

to her li^»t^ to \^rgida 
elected offieials, Mrs. Bar- 
raco descriltes toe situs - 
tioh, "Another potot of to- 
terest to toe fact that the 
money being handedoirttopay 
for lodging, food, transpor- 
totion, etc., was k^ to a 
paper bag and given out wito- 
oat requiremento of idoitifi- 
caticm." * 



Mraabers of VOW wpre- 
seat a coalition of the con- 
servative women's organi- 
sation sudi as Right to Life, 



heard." 



"VOW to stop NOW" mem- 
bers generally agree that they 
have not been toe brunt of 
dtocriminatkm and that exi- 
stiag laws do all that is ne- 
cessary to prevent any dto- 
crimination which women 
may be subject to. They re- 
mato firmly against toe 
qteodlng of tax money for 
fhmding "radial" grom>s 
which do not reflect the true 
voice of women. 

The Tidewater groop 
meeto each Wednesday morn- 
ing at 9:30a.m. andwelcomM 
toterested women. Farther 
information may be obtained 
by calling Mrs. Baker or 
Mrs. Barraco. 



Brotherhood blooms 
in Kempsville area 



Ice was crowned Airing her year at QueM «# ttt Sun.^ 

iilay evening, at the cddition, QiM*n St«cy will tccompany tw 

the Neptune Fes- Nt^tune and the eeven N«pliiM PrinMf 

..... ...Mi., ««-iy p«9«a^. St«;y. at all event* during this year'* Ntpl 

,^9m^^ fceautWul bruntttt\#i)rre- Festival. Stacy was sponsored inthtpagtMt 

»rtt«irt Virgin jch and the Naptune by Larasan Realty where she is •mployOtf 

'e»tiv«!8 throughout the / as a secretary. {SUN photo by LUI WONG>| 



Brottfurhood is one of 
OMse Mj^est of i^s 
of mdM which most of 
m dwtf . to tl» Kempsville 
«rcl olYfirtinia Beach, bro- 
therhood to alive and glowing 
to a rtiniaR. sample of 
"pMce OK sarth, good wiU 
temnl^i|itt." 

The ttoMK ol Asscrasioi 
Catoo^ (^i^h have swung 
open ^r mirobers of toe 
Jewtoh faito ttvli% to Kemp- 
sville so tort toey may have 
a idlace M(,which to hold 
mtoyao, tti(^ daily morning 
service. 

Minyaa to held to several 
l^evater synagofoes, to 
which most of tht*lewish 
families hetaag, andfieser- 
jri^ to Asacensictt to no 
my r«prsi«ibl a ^t wito 
My «l these magre^tioos. 
Maqr KaniMnHe residerts 
laMTHA been a|le to attend 
dMly aj#aa, towever, be- 
caase the <fe tan ce ttey 
seeded to «tUito nuA toe 



syamiogue and toen reach 
toeir place of business at 
KB early hour seemed to pre- 
dude their attendance. 

Thomas Lindsey felt the 
solution might be to have an 
ind^ie»lent mtoyao some- 
where to Ken^Mville to allow 
m«i and wraaw the oppor- 
tnnity of parttoipattog to a 
MBveaiently tocated sennce 
on their way to woii. 

Ftodiag a place to wUch 
miiqran coild be held was 
toe most diffucult problem to 
bringtog toe idea to rrali- 
ntlM. 

Finally, Reverend Rdiert 
E. French, pastor at Asscen- 
sim Cathdic Churdi was ap- 
proacted and asked if tte 
group could rait ^ces at 
Asscension for the service. 

Years i«o soeh an idea 
would have been ctwtoered 
stortllog. But. Fatoer Fre- 
d's response is in keep- 
1^ wito a growu% spirit on 
latJtherly love and ecumen- 
ical uaderstandtog. 



The Asscension pastor 
graciously presented Lind- 
sey with keys to toe front 
door of his church and re- 
fused to consider rent of 
any kind. 

(te Thursday, June 29. 
members of toe KempsviUe 
Jewish community gathered 
at Asscenstoo for the first 
of their daily mtoyua. 

Father Fruch was en hand 
to extend a wdome and 
BMVtA Banch S^ectaan of 
Temple Emanod was to at- 
tendance and assisted wito 
services. 

tlie daily mtoyan will be 
aMda<^d iqp Uymw Sad it 
open to Ufoae who wii^s 
to attead^Serviws bifto 
etdi wuhiliy m<NiiiBt at 
trMa.*. 

Fdlowtog aiasran eteh 
nwraiaf , a taiMt|MMl Md 
kosher Jewldi iM^ikfut will 
be served to toe ctarch. 

llMMas Lto^tey irtio has 
be« ^airaaa tf the ttm- 



mittee helping to establish 
toe Kempsville eiiiqwn to- 
dicates that his role to now 
completed and he wUl be 
simply one of the putid- 
pants. 

Lindsey relates that 1M 
r^Qly isn't surprised at toe 
spirit to which the mtoyan 
has been acc^^ted at Asscm- 
sioo. 

"It's part of the whde 
church ori»tted qtfrit of all 
people of Kempsirme," he 
say. "Pe<q>le to Kemi^ville 
ai« de^y religious." 

"Ws'ra mjoyed a mam 
recei^ion from other hur- 
dles to tte STM," be e(M- 
tiiqed, mewtioniag to par- 
ticiOar the ttack doffefe. 

Ltadsey IndieMd plan- 
sore that he and otoer J«i»- 
toh r«si«N^ olKN«svill« 
aov hamsi cw p ort M M y to 
par^^to to Mn^M m^ 
mordag » ck»e to tarn 
and heeeme m active part 
d Kmpsvill's r^iow 
«irit. 



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pesky mo-peds! 



fty MARILYN J. WEBER 
'.'ews Editor 

-, ..-,,, iiiuaquitoes that plafye tJiem during 
liHie. Hett! at Vipf mta bmch, we (towt seem 
(articuiarly tethered with pesky iasects, hit there is awther 
t»^obMm bu?""'- ""tnd the Beach this summer. 

■' ods ar*' uaiioy little vehicles that combine the pleas- 
bicycling with a smalt motur lor extra boosi W 
h«Bce. motor-pedal. At first glaBce, the mo-ped a»ears 
to be the neatest thing since ice cream, offering mow 
powi.T aivl reqiiirinp )p<;5 offnrt thnn *h<^ "-^inini'! bfewlt 
and yet less noise and ■vroom* power than W?ie»«^, 
morir ixivhiirful luutorcvcle 
ore's the problem.' 

AftimHt theres no problem with thf i<u,-r,i„\ Hm^if 

It a lUie riders or drivers, if you will, of these neat uittfe 

vttiffps who are causing Virginia Beach officials to t«tr 

irout. 

ta¥i^ Mitter the designation of a bicycle or a motor 

ffWde, ioft^w is misconstrued by some operators i^ 

. t^ffWt of frcedem from the standard rulei of the l^d — 

whicff i|^y to toth bicycles and motor vehicles,. 

Tiift i^|u» ce«ma to be especially acate ia tte resort 



arM vtere bicycle rental eitaUisnwts also cMtnn-peds, 
aHN^rt vl^tirms l«iv" n»«» w^*A ntmrnhmi t^p itv. At 
the bMCb, mo-p«l mentors Imss lappUy «long tte side- 
watts a^ the boai^lwaik, both of which arc t»ued to bi- 
♦^♦•les aM of itmrnt^ mntt^r v«»hj»«Je«! Wvm ttay to take 
to the road, wMch is, naturaUy, where th^ Mo^, oire- 
ft'ee mo-ped jockeys hum alcng through st(^ s^nu, ti^Ific 
l^kts, 'fiaiUng to signal for tatm and commM^ tost of 
(^ter fraMc violati(ns. 

What viu M(p«i, of count, is ttat su^^wt etentes 
ivill be m^ %aint iM^|«(is to torce ci^ (Mcuyte or 
i^tt aotor veUcU ^Bet^ to Itvy heavy reftrtctfitts w 
tiie o^stiM ta mo-peds. 

S«Y«rtl stotes have ilrauiy tek« tetifl0 ^^aiast ou-jwtfs 
ud. ia «U ^ses, the ufioB has swKJf o^trietoi flw 
imaf the ae-p«i. <^ state hasKlasstilfldtken as a#^r 
nMde, requiring ovoers to ^retase U<^e Ibigs ftu- mo- 
ptds, toother stotes, i^ r^trieti(ns have bem placed 
OB toe titration itf mo-p^s ud requremMts mt tiden 
have a rao-ptd (yeraton litmse. 

There seems a strong Ukelihood toat, if to4 Coromon- 
wealtt Qt VlrgiBia do^'t toke actiM to the mo-ped sit- 
natioo, then localities will pass toeir own control m^sures 
to curb the dugerous t^ratioB of the latest M to Amer- 
ican Bod| of ^vel. 





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Kiss-kiss 



Quiet Time, owned by Princess Anne Sta- 
bles, and Trestan, leased by Jan Burda, 
greet each other in the traditional manner. 
They are pasture mates on London Bridge 
Road. (Photo by JOAN ASHLEY) 



the Virginia Beach Police Departmeat'rfCrime Preven- 
tion Office offers the following guidelines for ceeideirts as 
partof its new Bl<M:k Security Program. This program 
is an attempt to combine a co<9eratiye effort of neigb- 
bortuods aM toe police to protect against toirglarfmd pro- 
pdr^ (festruetioa. 

T^ gi^tf eM asset tot t community ia preventing cfime 
is pk alerters of its citizens The Police Dei»rtment asks 
tb|t all eUizens follow the followi^ guidelines: 

I. SB ALEHT: 

A Know your neighbors. 

B. Be alert to unfamiliar faces and tteir activities. 

C. Make, note of suspicious vetocles-- write domi 11- 
ctase numbers --be acoirate. 

D. Remember, not all crime is committed by adults. 



aatisttes show childrM, 12 nd up, are major contilbHtors 
to serioas crime. 

n. REAC?r: 

A. If to donbt-CALL THE , POLICE- toe police 4eiert- 
m«it wmtta to taww idxM8 all'sfaqdcioiis acttvityi Don't 
wait until afier criim strikes to call, lie pt^ee want to 
{Movent crime. 

B. Ifake your hiHBe secure. 

C. tovrtve ^nr entire fhmUy, adults and ehUdren to tte 
Bto«k SecHK^ Pnyran. 

For additkMial ii^rmation regarding tovolvii^ your neigh- 
boitood to toe Block See^ity Program contoct toe Vir- 
ginto Beach Police Department's Crime Preventicm (MHce 
at 427-414$. ' 




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AFTGRTHOUGHT: 
One way to make sure that 
crime WQB'I pay trovid be 
to let toe |evefiffli«it run 
it! 

AFT^THOUGHT: 
nere's nethiiig wrong wito 
womra drivers ttat cui't 
be fixed by a gooMl gsr^Ee 
mechanic. 

AFTERTHOUGHT: 
"Btfore we were married," 
oried tiie bride, "You told 
me you wer^ well off." 
n was," he SMrled, "bat 
I didn't know it!" 



AFTESTHOUGHT: 
ne smile on your toee to 
toe Mfht to toe window 
toat Mis pet^e you are 
atlMime! 

AFT»TH0U6HT: 
^'oom: "Tlito mAt to 
raw!" TeartoUBride: "The 
recipe Mid |o put it in 
toe oven at ISO - and I 
<Md just what it said, I 
prt it to at 10 mtoutes 
to 5!" 

AFTERHOUGHT: 
llere'll never be a woman 
|M«i^toitf. .Mo woman will 
admit to being over 35! 



Your opinion 



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At the Virginia Beach SUN, we want 
to know what our reader's are 
concerned about. We welcome 
letters to the editor. We request that^ 
all letters be signed. 

Let us hear from you! 



It's gotog to be ftui to 
watd) and sm how kmg the 
meek can keep the earth 
after they inherit it. - Km 
Hubbard. 



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The worst tempeied ^, 

I've ever ipei w nmp eofl ^ 
«4n) knew toey ivwe wveog. • 
Wibon Miwer. 






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EditOT, Viigima Bmch SUN: 
I totd the Measure recently of attending the produetioo. 





Jonathan Livingstone Seagull, at toe jnew Virginto Beacto 
RecreattoB Center theater. 

I cannot otfer oioagb praise Am- to» Rea^r's I'heatre 
Groq> whi<to prieseitf^ toe deUgtttol lootoictiffli. 
oThis whole idm of theato- to Viri^ Beach to magni- 
ficent' and' to^fuUy the community will show endivh sq>- 

pori and eoconragemert to the several gnnips ti ptoyers 
wortdag oirt of the new theater to warrant continuation 
of toto -leli^dfU metUnm. 

SiMerelyi 
C.B. Meek 

iloin, Virginia Beach 



Editor, Virginto B^di SUN: 

It is difficult toF me to believe that toe City (rf Virginto 
Bmtk to §ab^ to w^tM si;m»rt for toe r^aalmsto 
diivoma system earreirily aider omstoeration ^ me Ttoe- 
wtterarea. 

to a city ttoit has to the pa^ btm creative awugfr wito 
its trash to bring itself wu-ld wide acclaim tonxvh toe 
creatkm of beaMAd Mo^ Trashnmv, it to dUHcdt to 
heUeve tet «try into a |Hti^ as benefictol as toe^o- 
posed garbi^ di^OMl system would be used as a club to 
gato fararalfle water rates frcmi the City of Norfolk. 
Tto^h certainly the resii^te would ^iprectote tmsob- 
We water rat«, more ancem should be gif^^ toe pace 
at woich Virgiua Beach is growii^ and the tremmtous 
^t>blem waste di^osal is creating throughout toe world. 

Beach dtizeas concerned wito environmental prcMems 
and wtih tte energy crunch, as wt>ll,shouU speak out for 
Beach iavolvemeto to toto wertoiAlle |»ogram. 

Acfl^rnedeitisen, 
WiafieM A. Stoito. 



Of mr. gn)ni|X)y 
Change Of Pace 



6^* m m a time, a very grumpy man lived 
hehtod a second-hand store 



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Mr. Grumpy fed ami toflMshed Ma' 
self and his home j|(to toe s««imd , 
„ hand store's thrtnminq^ wh^wei 
shaU caU third-kamis ' 



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HAl^BTERLY 



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MAULTN J. WEBEH K^AIR TnSMAM 

News tmor ggnrto Emu 



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Mr. Qtwrnpf fng 

always g^ul^qr; 

He never smiled 

> because be nev- 

|er gotaa^to^. 

^Mw. Re wtMwd 

wito OdN-haad 

a«i«P. ate on 

tMrd-lamljMaMa: 

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One ^y Mr. Grumpy picked 
IV a first-hand aewqi^er 
behind toe seco^-baad store. 
By chaMe, be tomed to toe 
Tried 'N True Want Ad sec- 
tton and noticed toat many 
! people uM .second-hand aad 
tolrd-hafid goods ... aad at 
a proht.%> he called toe news'- 
jMjper, aadaverytt-leMfly, 
wver ^*ttawy to^ helped Mm 
wito his *A: 



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Nest Ay, shqi^rs ^- 
passed the seeoad-haad 
store and bee-ltoed to 
Mr. Graaqpij^'s home. 
ThmbeagMMmoaltoird 
hand loek, •toekndhar- 
rel. We awde i tot orl 
money. Aad fm Imom 
how maiv heads toat] 
»tm passM tormi^! 



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rgmto Beaeb sum, mtf me a e^pv «wry 
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PaUiaM fiFerr Vedaesday tj Byerto PabUMttoas wito 
mito afltoff leectod at IH HeedMaat id., VlrgtatoBeaeh. 

Stotioa to Vlrgiau Beach. 92-week n^scripUaa by maU: 
17. Oaw f«l^ pttoHthad oa togrt pay. 



Now Mr Grumpy O 
it Mr. ^'mUefb Hei 

llVf.* to * toSMMW 

toM« fee)tt^«braMl 
M» si"M- He 
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To include your groMp's activitiis in SUNOfM., 
mail to SUN. IM Ro$«n«nt t^oMl, Vs. BmiA :^^l 
Notificatiofi of •¥««• taking plitot after INftdnMiiy, 
ttie SUN'S iMblisbing day, tA^ ba r««aiv«d by 
5 p.m. the prtvicws Fric^. 



VOW ¥s NOW Reding club 



^W to stop HOW, « new oifua- 
HttOD to stop ^A irtU n^ erery 
WMntadfty it t:M a.m. For fiulker 
iAtomatlan, call Ctrolyn HockefellM'. 
S40-eSOl. 



•tfawwer ttie Mystery of Bo<*s," 
^0 Viri^iiia Beacb PnbUc Lilwary 
Siuantr Renttng CUdb, cintliMMi la 
all brtua Ifl>rarira aad cm Ow book- 
OKAUe. TlM eldt> is for dtfldm aces 
six to fifteen aod it rura until Anfo^ 
13th. 

Each child flio bagias the ^OKram 

receives a qiectel reail^ foMer io 

wUch te «r die is to re^wd tiie hooks 

^ he ^^ tbroi«h the time of the ^db. 

/ T^a^uk nn hoiAs that he reads, 

ne Hamilton RoMs Wate^^il^^ity'^'^ ttnt foes oo a fo^ttlnt ^t is 






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^^ey is developtaf an Area vide 
inistewater Treatmeint If anaceinent 
^ fbr the Hampton Rowls area, 
ntt Pisa vUl estahlisb water pollu* 
tlOB cntrol stratefies aad reculations 
tor industrial and municipal wastewater 
d^Mktrgtrs, as well as for Mn-poiot 
Morcii Ql wttn-pcOl^m. For the past 
two ]Murs, theit^H^hasbe^icMdHct- 
tiBt stadiM ^ ^rmtro the mi^- 
hide ^Mi^ing setfaee aadother inste- 
.-«ilwr Ma^fffers; their ii^tctim area 
^4Mt«r <ptf^; and projnetioifeB olfature 
^pdUntaat ^nerattoa nto and resnl- 
^taM^ water quaUty. 

] (te iiOf U aiMl 13, Oie Hampton Rds 
^:Wat«r Qoality Agency staff aad con- 
<saltants will present a review of the 
3;critlc^ stady elements to be used* 
•over the next year to produce alter- 
jlaativn water pi^ation contnd {dans. 
:; t^UMS andloeaUonsctftteme^ings 
CtoUow: My 12, 1977-SoutbeastemVir- 
iginia Plankng District Commission, 
;|Bldg, 16 • Koger £xecnlhre C^er, 
«t.«:30 p.m. Jaly 13, ISTH Hamotoo 
^ity CoimcA Chambers, Hamptcm, at 
!S:30p.m. 

* The prod^icts ot these background 
:stndiM will be used in the near future 
nur Uw basis for pollutant discharge 
Uhiitations aad controls on industrial, 
manfripiil aad aon-point sources of 
iQj^liolhition. 

. The mcetiags will covw equivaltat 
material, therefore atten^oce at only 
one meeting is necessary. The jpeet- 
^-Vf open, j^ t|ie gsneril «yMte r 



disjdayed in the Ubrary. 

ChildrtM wto have participated in the« 
eliA Will he treated to a special pro- 
gram <» FiMay, August 19, at thtir 
own braa^ llta^. At ttis ttme tttfe 
will be diYwiaga tor books to be pre- 
sented to the childrw. 

For furthu' jtaforautixm, UAermrted 
pn^ons ihoold dieek with ^ir brandi 
library for full details. 



Make-Up 



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Urn Virgtaia BaaiA Piddle LUnvry 
pJMfmrtS wedtly story time programs 
i^r tiUUren of seveiai me groiqw in 
ctti of its five tmadi Iftrari^. Dnr- 
iailOMU progrttis, cUldreaanitNat- 
eillh stories, simple gamM, mttsicaad 
ofe<uioaally sim^ crafts i»' poRMt 
si»vs. 

[there is ao registratton Mt th^e 
piterams however pttmrts are re- 
(Iptod to have their ^Old attend oaly 
cm story time at oaly one bnach so 
thit aa maay diildr«t as possible can 
b(^-aernd. Paritts am also reqoested 
totranu^ wiQria the Ittirary daring 
th(^ stq^ times ia Oe ev«it Of an 
asoiency. 

: irhe a^eddn of toesesfaxty times 
i|<'is follows: Ages S to 5: Yirginia 
timek T^sdays at 10 ajn., madmr 
Ififotai ^uarsdays at 10:30, Fridays at 
l|^.m.^ &mmxk: Ftm$tst 10a.m. 
•lytide: Vela^Bikiys at2:Mp.m., Frl- 
<^ys at 10:30 a.m., Xerapsville: Fri- 
days at 10 aad 11 a.m. Grades K-3: 
Qtmi Hedk: Wedaesdbys at 4 p.m., 
K)iB4»Tille: Saturdays at 10 a.m. 



hinar light 



'The 'Pidh M Oisciplesh^)" is the 
tiMne U • tea-day eoofer«ic» in Vir- 
gCila inch bom ^ily 11 diron^ 24 
a the Tdlowship of tte bmer Ught, 
H^UlkinSoad. 

0t^. Pul SolcNDm, theFeUowsh^'s 
piMiv Md a reeoiriMd ^tiphrt, has 
^tunad a pragram tf ledares, wmrfc- 
dot», and exercises based on a triune 
phlioMphjr for physical, mental, aad 
#Mt«l 4av«ia|na«it given to an un- 
4crstaadiag ot divioa taw. Such a pro- 
|ram has been iastrnmcntal ia the mak- 
ing or prophets throughout history. 

MaA is b^ (rifored. AU are wel- 
^oM to riMW and b^Mae tiMids of 



The Great Neck Branch of the Vir- 
ginia Bmch Public Library will pre- 
seat a program on maks-^ for per- 
sons of aU agM on Wednesday, July 
6. at 7 p.m. 

At this time^> make-tq) staff from 
UUler and Bhoads will present js 
program oa the "new look for '71" 

There is ao diarge for this program 
and 00 registrathm. 
-f Call 481-COM for forOier details. 



ABWA meef 



The monthly meetii^ of the Tide* 
water Chapter, American Business 
.Womp^iWtoioeiatien' wia4ie he)d at/ 
« p.id.^^li^il,a^1fea^aienKteaInn,' 
Military Circle, Terraol Room 3. 

NO q)ecial program has bemplanned 
b«l a* diort rap session will be held 
following the meeting. 



Senior citizens 



The Virginia Beacb Recreation Cen- 
ter is currently operating a daily pro- 
gram for senior citizens in the City 
of Virginia Beach. 



Program hours for Monday through 
Friday are 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. in Room 
116 of the CMder. Activities during 
tills time period include cards, games 
and crafts, ^leciat classes for senior 
citizens are also held during these 
hours. They include classes in picture 
tram^, ballroom and social dance, 
knitting and 500 Ihim. Also during ttie 
wedc tlM bowUng lanes and shuffle- 
board area is qpm for soitors to use. 
The tours are as follows: Bowling Lan- 
es - Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 
10 a.m. - 12 noon. 



Spedal events are also held through- 
out ttw moi^, includii^ a Pot Luck 
Oay the last Friday oi every mo^. 
ta aitittttoa to the above matl(»ed 
activities the adult card room and 
lounge are c^ien Monday - Friday, 
10 a.ffl. - 2 p.m. aad Saturdays, 2- - 
10 p.m. The exercise room is open 
Mcmday - Friday from 11:30 a.m. - 
12:30 p.m. for s«iiors cmly. 



Transportetion is available oa a 
limited basis to ttu^e ^lior citizens 
that qualify. 



For Asrttier information concern- 
ing dUs^rtigimm c<»tect tte Virgin- 
la Bea<^ Recnation Carter at 800 
Meomoutt Lam at 499-12il . 



Cfogg 

honcred 



BeU KapiaChaiAerof £p- 
•dun Sifma Alpiui (^A)tas 
mMi JtthnTraskCtoaras 
^ second winner of its 
^nial "fiSA Outstaodtng 
.Mietahip and eofflmnnity 
tevice during a preaeate- 
(lOn »t K«>mDsvll]e Junior 
High t 



iii« K^Ml. He la tkt 



Craft fair 

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Charity United Methodist CImrch will 
iqionsor a Cnft Fair on &tttn]ay, 
July 9, from 10 a.m. wtil 3 p.m. 
Crafte Witt h>»a sii«ificance will be 
dMAonstrated and di^^yed 1^ re- 
dilMs of tte Back Bay arra. Duck 
carvings, net tying, quilting, tatting, 
turkey featter arts, and chhia patat- 
ing are a tew of the crafte to be re- 
presented. Some items will be for sale. 
An utlqne dispUy, f^taring items as- 
soctated with ttie area, will be a spe- 
cial foatere Homemade ice cream, 
cakes, com-on-the-cob and hot sand- 
wiches will be avaUable. 

No admission will be charged. 

The purpose of ttie «vait to tofos- 
ter an apia^tation of the area's heri- 
tage. 

The church is located ta the Pungo 
area of Virgtata Beach at the tater- 
secUon of Charity Neck and Gum Brid- 
ge Roads. 



Craft shop 



The Sugar Plum Tree ta a craft 
sbop set vp each year for two weeks 
ta the summer by the Cape Henry 
Womans Chib so ttiat the Virglnta 
Beach Senior Citizeas can sq^ilemait 
their tacome. The shop is ^^ tato 
ite 5th seascm thta year and dates have 
been set for July Uth thr««h July 
23rd.* 

The shop will be opened Monday thru 
Satorday from 10 a.m. til 9 p.m. 
Thta year the shop will be set up to 
tae Mayflower Apartmeate Building, 
lower level, at 34ta ^reet and Atlan- 
tic Avenue. The Senior Citizens are 
asked to please bring their crafte to 
tee shop for tavmtoryand tagging Wed- 
nesday. July 6th, or Thursday. July 
7ta. betweiM 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. 

The Seniors Citizens Crafte are sold 
at a 109% profit. Craftam«i f^atao 
signed i^^at a Z^% comm&sfon tohelp' 
on ouf oim expenses such as etactriclty 
rental, stationary, stamps, etc. Any 
craftanum wishii« to sell articles at 
thta year's shcqi are asked to bring 
taeir crafta in Friday, July 8th. be- 
tween 10 a.ffl. and 4 p.m. 

For further InformaticMicontactMr^s. 
Kenneth Palmer, President of Cape 
Henry Womans Club at 481 -0788 or The 
Sh(^ Co-Chairman Mrs. H.V. Curtis 
481-0600 or Mrs. Donald Blount 481- 
4732. 



Church film 



Shl<Aari Pass, a new film from the 
producers of The Hiding Ptace. will 
be shown at tee Charity United Metho- 
dftt Church, 4M0 Charity Neck Road, 
Virginta Beach on Simday, July 10th. 
The one hear c(dor release from World 
Wide Pictures will be shown once be- 
gtanihg at 7 p.m. 



The Reverend Charles L. Ammons. 
pastor oi Charity Church, extends an 
tai^tion to each member of the com- 
munity to attead thta special showing 
and added. "Aicdoiri Pass ta the kind 
of film that will be enjoyed and remem- 
bered Iqr the entire tamily." 



There will be no admission charge 
for the film program. 



BIkB hike 



Dam N»ck wives Day camp 



For those interested to a bicycle 
hike, good c(»Bpaaton$U^ ^nic lu»^ 
and a rMl i^ day, &turday July m 
ta your day. 

Meet at flie Gtfl's RoMt, 500 E. 
ocean View Avemie, or the Virginta 
BMCh Rut, 19th and Artie Avenue at 
10 a.m. 



The route wUl be through the Sea- 
shore State cycle rmite. 

For fUrtaer information call 480- 
3744 or 425-7265. 



Navy wives 



Navy Wives Clubs of America, Prta- 
cess Anne #143, will hold its regutar 
business meeting on Thursday. July 7, 
»t 7:30 p.m. in the old hobby shop, 
Oceana. For more informatton caU 
463-1768 or 486-4(K)4. 



The regidar nei^y battaiaB i 
|]« of MWCA Dam Mtfek iO} will be 
held on Thwday, Jtfy % at 9:30 
a.m. ta the 8)peetal Servtaei BidUtag 
aboard the Dam Redt Haval ttattm. 
Wlvee of aU eaUated Navy, Marine and 
Oiaat Gnard v^ome. Free Mraery. 
For atftttaaal iaformatlon call 424- 
2430. 



Bible school 



Mark your calendar bow! St. Fnm- 
cta Epicopal Church will sponsor va- 
cation BUde School Thursday aad Fri- 
day (July 28 and 29} and Monday thru 
Friday (August 1-5). 

Classes will be held for 3 uid 4 
year olds thru the 6th grade, frtmi 
9 a.m. until noon. St. Francta Epico- 
pal Church ta located at 509 Rosemont 
Road. Virginta Beacb. Call tee Church 
Omee 9340-6884) for forther infor- 
mation. 



Over 100 ta^s and gtata betwMi 
m i^a atmmi twwlveare eqiect- 
ed at Vliftala Weslqraa Ctdlei^ on 
Jane 10 to hegta the svmnier YMCA 
DayCan^. 
Thne are four sepai^ programs 
the ammer, muA luttag twe 
The tetea of AM tow s^rioM 
axe Jane 20^Jvly 1. July 4-15, July 
18-29 aad Atgoat 1-12. 



The TOODg campers wUl have afoB 
sdmhae &nn 9:90 a.m. to 3:15 p.m.. 
Monday throi«h Friday, partictpatlag ta 
a variety of aettvltiea inclodtag hik- 
ing, snpnirlaed swimming, field trii». 
volley baU, archery, and singtag. 

This ta the flfUi year the program 
has beoi held at Virgiata Wcsleyan. 
According to Mr. George Ratas, tata 
year's (fireetiv, tte <aaq>ers will have 
the ase (rf tte new CanaiBgham Gym- 
aasium fw the first time. 

The YMCA Day Camp program «ids 
OB Aapist 12. For farther Informaticm 
edocemlag the Day Camp call the 
YMCA tf 622-6328. 



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DO NOT use iodized salt 
ta making pickles — it 
darkens them. 



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you have wondered about aU your life! 

How n«ar It th« •nd? 
TlM mark of tivi b«Mt? 

Whara ar« tlio rnHHoiis doad? 
It thara rMrily a Nan? 

Tha occult, E.8.P., tplrltism - 
fact or fancy? 



Yonr Bfltta tttfrUaa 
yov many tn^Miw. 



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Icow^ot nscpxMiliaRS A MAcaniE »m-8«3 



"And when ye stand pray- 
tag, forgive, it ye have 
ought ag^tast any: that your 
Father also which ta ta 
heaven may forgive your 
trespasses." 
-Mark 11:25 





To err is human, to for- 
give divtae. 
-Alexander Pope 

If yon are bordraed wita 
you ta the past, you are bringing far mOTe nnhaijineis to yoiraelf Mma to the peraon 
whose action you resent. The Bible teUs as to love one anoHier, and to love ta to foV- 
give. BO matter how serious tee oflmse. If tae Son of God. whose teachings you follow, 
was able to forgive those who had subjected Him to tae most heinous crime ta all 
history, you can forgive somecme a far lesser offense. Go to your Church and learn 
how love brills peace and h^iptaess, iridle resentment can cause raily misery to 
yourself and those around you. 



Charlia't Saaf ood Rattaurant 

3139 Shore Dr. ^1-9863 
Mary E. Relqieta A Employees 

Haynas Furnltura Company 

SS84 Va. BeaA tUvO. ^ ^-^^ * 

Fumitere-BeMng-Carpeting 

Baytlda Motors 

4747 Shore Dr. 464-4563 
Charles C. Hale. Sr. A Staff Q 

Kamptvllla Pharmacy 

5266 Princess Anne Rd. 497-3516 
Robert W. Clybum-Lynn Leavitt 



Lindsay Broa. Inc. 

Plumbing-HMtii«-Fuel Oil Del. 
865 Newtown Rd. 497-4633 



Contractors Paving Co., Inc. 

3779 Bonney Rd. 347-1161 
Clinton Teete A Staff 



Kallam A Etton Inc. 
Bldg-Juppliai 

Princess Ann Station 427-3200 
Frank A David KeUam 



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Andy's Plumbing A Haatinq 

1003 Canal i:^. 485-5000 
State-Registered-New A Old Woric 



Kallam-Eaton Insuranca Co. 

3111 Pacific Ave. 128-9161 



Furnltura Sliowp|pms 

828 E. Little Credi M. 
2981 S. MiUtary Hwy. 
Sandy Bolin A Employees 



Chaaapaaka Savlnga A Loan 

fnsk N. Wood aad Assoctates 



Englnaaring Madia Inc. 

606 R. Liberty Street 
Charlie bickworth A Staff 



PrlcfiLs Inoprporstad 

4580 PembnAe Mall 622-3706 
Brand Name Appliances-TV-Stero 

RosawoodMamorlal Park 

681 Witch D«ekS9:'fi7-8925 
C. C. Kirfcpatrick 



Winia Furnltura at UlNtop 

1712 Laskinld. 428-5951 
L. H. Bums A Staff , 



All Star Elactrlc^ Inc. 

1425 Air RaU Ave. 464-6231 
Commercial A Industeial 



Noma Fadaral Savings 
A Loan Aaaoc. 

1635LasktaRd. 426-0327 
Church Accounte Welcome 



Smith Salaa A Sarvica 

460 Battl^eM Blvd. N. 547-2929 
Elwood Smita A Employees 

Mlll-€nd Carpat Shop 

4740 Va. Beach Blvd. 497-4854 
^.Taylor B. Carr A Employees 



Praston's Pharmacy 

1401 Polndexter St. 545-73'37 
James L. Marshall and Employees 



Todd Elactric Company 

Hairy A Moses Todd A Staff 



Mgglns Raalt^ Inc. 

6620 Indtaa River Rd. 420-31»} 
Cecil M. HaiTison A Assoctates 

Linda's Hair Boutlqua 

846 ProvideiKe 424-3126 
Uada AilOHae A Staff 



JJ). illM A Sons, Inc. 

i J.D. ttfeM, Jr. and Associates 

Brantwood RatiMirant A Loutiga 

1312 Geo. Wash. Highway 



Chesapeake, Va. 487-0611 
Tom A Ltada Rapier A Co. 



Ovarton't Markat 

1419 PoinueMtti ,:>t. 545-9496 
Hw OvertoBs A E^oyees 



PlaMar Amarlcan Corporatten 

MaaageflMBt ud Peraooma 



Southam Stataa 
C hua pa ak a Aaan^ Inc. 

1764 S. BiUtary Hwy. 420-1841 
L. Belmont Williams A Perstraid 



Townsand FuaL inc. 

Mms Van l^e and £m|Moyees 



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TNs feature is made possble through the cooperation 
of our ministers. It ij paid for by ttv^e area ia itis wtK) bMeve 
our churches are a vital part of OMPi 



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Painting the B 



Gigl Von Stein 



Ejgktcen fweU Gifl Vob Steia is ma week's Sim- 
"-' GirL A f3Bim» oi tii^J^^M^ School, 
. iias Ujpintioiis <rf bdng ITlMSanrl^Mbiiliy en- 

tering tlie boslaess world. Gigl eajfifs life and loves being 

a part of Virginia Beadi. 



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"A ToiK:h of Class." 
Thit's tke umeoCttoilw 
vfco pUj at RanMa Vm 
OeMaimit in ttie ^iMutes 



Restanraot, llmdays thr- 
mgh ^tontajTS, tnm 9 to 
1:M. nMuune ttsrtf tas 
class, bat tM perBsraors 
ten DMhmoretlttBatoMb. 
B^ sing, wd MkSixflof- 
Mtrd, M Jdtt Cote carries 
tke Imlk <rf tlw (Iqgervork, 
vhUeVickiArgo'smaia in- 
straneot is racal cords. Ttie 
se^i^y ever-jvei«i tiL^ 
eelrwlc r^rtiboMrlsttein- 
visJDide drummer, widle 
John's foot is the msm 
bassist. Vicki ran^eme«rts 
thefc with a nrie^ or LatU 
-rh]^ l^stnuawts, in- 
elnling maracas, guiro, and 
afttche; she also jdaysak^- 
board caUed "^nthesissd 
Strings." Joim has a syn- 
thesiser orer his piano which 
he used for an oboe so«ud. 
They make dramatic use (rf 
li^ti^. 

Vidti speaks so weU on the 
aanottBeMimts ttat I «- 
Tistoo her as the InstMS <tf 
a T¥ telk sbmr, or a the 
prlnc^ in commercials for 
toottpHte w teir |»t>dMts. 
V^d*s foiee was hamming 
<m such soogs as "Hie First 
Ttoe Ever I Saw Yoor 
Face," "Cotour liy World," 
and e^edally "Send In The 
CfoWBs", which JodyColUns 
did fh>m "A UtUe H^M 
Hnsie." llwre was tte in- 
eviteble reipest for "Joy To 
The World, inevitaUy mis- 
titled "Jeremiah Was A 
l^OUrog." The pdtdic did 
that so often witii "In Other 
Words" that the eompoMr 
tiBcally Imaged tte me 
to "Flf Me To The Moon." 
Now, ifwecanjttstirtrai|^«B 
c^ Hoagy Carmlehael on 
"SomeUaes I Wonder . . ." 
A 1^^ of Btatf eld, W«R 
tlr^0i>'iri(^ ttajoredin 




A Touch of Class: Vicki Argo and John Cote 



voice at Badford, and taugid 
sdKxd in Govtagton and Suf ^ 
folk. Ber iMMtes bielnde 
Gladys Kttii^, Joan ^ez, 
uA Dave BndMdc, which 
indicates her eclectic out- 
look; in tui, ^ feels that 
Uie wave ofthefotvrelsjass. 
Ms. Argo is a Virgo. Her 
last name befits Mike 
SawUes' naaticiil setting, as 
an argonant was a Gredc 
sailor in myttical times, 
from which^shellfishder- 
ives its name. Somewhat 
surpris^ly, iriie Ims no 
Idans to se^ stardom. 

Jdn is a Norview grad 
who is witty both oo and off 
stage. He started as a musU: 
major at IHsslsstppl |5oath- 
;«rn, but his taurean jfi- 



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stbicts directed him to 
svrttch to a more practical 
major. Like most mosidans 
he has tussled with the "fttll 
time perfonrmer withpiviods 
of nnemploym^" syndnme 
versus the "woit a day J(A 
and when a ni^ jt* ^mes 
suffer ttroai^ both" scene, 
esperlmeitted wtth other to- 
str um e nts ; in his case, 
drums. And like mrat he has 
opmenced tte ftbsurdly 
kwg drills atthelastmiiMe 
to takeajob"togettiiegro«q> 
ti^ft" and to do a favor for 
an agntt vriho "swears" he'U 
make Itupdmttde. PndiiUted 
fi^m the New Jersey Turn- 
pike dne-; 
once 
middle 




army of huge (rtjl tanks. 

Cote's fivoi1t«i iiRlv^ 
Bill Evans, deorgeShearlBJI, , 
Htrbie Hancock, CUcigai', 
and Blood, Sweat, and Tetri^. ; 

RecMt guest at the lounij^ 
have taicluded Vt» An^ 
bassador from Greece, ai|l 
tok several nights the Af eii*. . 
age WUte Band menriieiW 
came back in ever-lBcree«- 
iag nnnber8<"Hey, ttan, yii 
p^ pick op on the groi^ 
we cai«iit last night"). QoM 
a tribute. %, 

The pair bring outtheb<|2 
in/pe^pd^; seldom hate I se^ 
an audience pay such n« 
attwUgi. Ym; even the eniN 
tolMfinttnMed a toodftf 



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JMithMoton at Girls State I omis iist I 



Two from Beach 
named to academies 



If at ftst yon don't succeed 
that makM yen jim 'about 
average. - Wnten Hull. 



Hie rc»9on there are io 
few wn^lAen comics is that «a 
few women can bear beiiig 
laughed at. • Anna Russell| 



Judith MotM, darter of 
Mr. and Mrs. Mason Moton 
oi VirgiBia Beach, was in- 
augurated as Attorney Gen- 
eral (tf Girls ^te recently. 

Judith was amm^ three 
girls chosM from 616 dele- 
^tes at the 31st annual ses- 
slott ot Virginia Girls &a^, 
to smre as Gmwmcr, Lieu- 



tenant Goveiter and Attor- 
ney General, meting re- 
cently at Longwood Cidlege. 



The ddegates turn 12 
"cities" and esteblitf mnn- 
ic^tal and stete govern- 
ments, comidete with elected 



and appcrinted <^cials, a 
court systoh, andi^aland 
state onttnances. trough 
tiiis pcognai, the American 
Legioo ^ndUary hc|ies to 
"make Mr young citiz«>s 
realise ttat they are an es- 
^irtial part of th^ govem- 
meirt and refiNmsible for its 
dbaraeter aad success." 



FREE BEES 

You Can't Beat the Price 




Katherine A. Mortague, 
iilio Just oenid^d^kia' Jun- 
ior year at Raodolph-MacoL 
Woman's College has been 
named to the Dean's List 
for the spring semester. She 
was selected on the basis 
<a her outstMKUng academic 
work duriig tte «K<»d se- 
nwster attbe odlege. 

Miss Montague is the 
daughter <^ Ms. ^riianie M. 
Montague of 21S4 Holland 
Itoadin Virgiaia Beach. 



Coi«ressnutn William 
Whitehunrt anuomced today 
that two young men he no- 
miinted ftn* appoirtmoit to 
the service academies have 
been accepted for admission 
this summer to the Clais of 
IWL , ^»— 

Leo BcriMrt Hay, a sm- 
tor at Kempsville Hj^ 
School, hu be«i selected 
Iqr tte Army to attend Uie 
Military iUautany at West 
Point, Hew York, flay tas 
served as presidoit (tf tte 



Tidewofer niysjciom ter W<>nen. Inc. 
JomeiM. Wolcon, Jr, M.D. 

Fred T. Givee, Jr., M.D. 
Herbert S. GelH Jr., M.D. 

AnnottNce lile aiio^^ of 
I. KeiMefhMiiMefNlQH,M.D. 
'or riw pfocitee ^ob^ttrka 
oBd oynecoiooy. Office kourt 
by oppoinlment. 



412 CbrSMi Medical Bk%. 
423.1730, NoiWk 



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Suite 208 
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Kempsville Hi^ ScIhwI sen- 
ate, and is a member of tte 
soccer team and GeruMm 
Club. He is the son of Mir. 
and Mrs. William Hay, cf 
Fairfield Boulevard. 

Bteveaido A. Paacbo, a 
ticnlpr at Princess Anne Hi^ 
School, has bera appdated, 
to flie Nanl Aduletty, at 
Annapolis, Maryland. I^-' 
<te is a m^berofttek^ 
cUb, Jtianishclab, NJlOre* 
rifle learn as hnd &mA. 
and iirtnunuralJodfealUbas- 
kfltteu »pA softteU teuns. I 
He is the an (rf Mr. and 
Mrs. Irtneo Pancbo, (d St. 
Mark Howl. 



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^loha ... aloha ... aloha 



Island charm graces luau at Trashmore 




By MELDIDA KICKLIGHTER 



Special to the SUN 



mttt word meua "beUo", 
"lood-by" or «I love rou"f 

Stwtots at Moirtes^ 
C%iMr«'s Houe on Sontii 
LjmiaveB RomI In Virginia 
Bcn^ know itsf aloiM". 

fw a BO^ tte yowBg- 
sters at the s^Mtf lavecM- 
ied about Hawaii uder tlu» 
dlnetii» of tkeir teaclMr, 
ICeUoda Kickligliter, and 
tteir daaciag instructor, 
CooDieFara. 

Kailanl (Connie's Hawaiian 
name) woi^ed with morning 
aid afteinooo classes for an 



hour once each week tMch- 
ii« the children the "huki- 
lan", a n^ve Hawaiian dance 
ahmA a luau. Eadi child was 
given an Hawaiian name and 
tiie claues learned about 
ttUly conversational Hawai- 
ian words. , 

Their studies were put to 
use when ttie school held its 
end of ttie j9»i ifiiakc. The 
(AUdren and XbtAr families 
gathered atHtmntTra^more 
for their "luau". The child- 
ren, most of them dressed 
in Haintlian garb, performed 



the "hnkilau" for their bm- 
iUM. Kailani thai turiMd the 
taUes 00 the iMrents and call- 
ed several out ofQieaudteiice 
for an imiMtHnptu Iwla les- 
son. 

Kailani is a member of a 
professional Hawaiian com- 
pany, ttie Ho AlcAas. She and 
three members of the damx 
group performed several na- 
tive island dances for the 
families, eqdaining the back- 
ground and history of each 
dance.they performed. 



A young member of the Ho Alohas le^di 
ihe students in the "Hukilau". 



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The Ho Alohas perfortn for the end of the 
year luau for Montessorl Children's H'ousq. 



Kailani instructs parents at the luau on 
the proper roll of the hips for performing 
a native Hawaiian dance. 






i 



I 



wo shar^ dual role 
Navy and police 



Beach man electeil by Toastnasters 





is enlisted, (me is 
One is mate, (M&e is 
One of thei^r uni- 
ts blacJi, the other 
They have two oc- 
ions bi common. Both 
tor Chief Sonar Techqt- 
AtMorMe RcAtaison, ud 
j^leutenai^ Commauier Lo- 
; ia WUstm work foil time 
\ l^r the Navy's Human Re- 

• Soiree Mau^emeot Cen- 
; ttft., Norfolk, and thai spend 
■ aiky off-^y hmirs as Au- 
' xilii^ Police Officers for 

• till Virglnta ^ach, Virginia 
^^tee Department. 

: Their ditties with the Hu- 
f qian ReMurce ManagHnent 
; C^er are among the most 
\ *M1ed in the Navy. Ass^- 
' Cd as iMd consultants. It 

• is* their job to meet with 
itt^ commanding Officers 
! a^ midd:^; maaagemeM le- 
; ps si, Mbval shi^, store 
; ibtioes aM aircraft »qem- 
; jbons, 9M assist Xfm& in 
; &«iaa ReKHu-ce Mani«e - 
' mat activities. This includ- 
''Ok Ow levy's Equal (^«or- 
: t^l^ l»Nsgnm. to their as- 
'attMMf rule, Mch com- 
; ittBd be«>nes a imique en- 
;tj|y. B Is this veit »»*- 

ttitt %Btor Chief 

and JL^. Wilson 

ifiivt to m^ to their ^- 

f^ to ^ tte Bwage - 

\^m toveli ifiprow imtt 

l^H^ss, norile a^ ^»rk 

Vartws:***^ »« 

to eich Connaadli^ 

.omeer. depending on the 

i^nffltBder's needs, and 

';tbose of the unit involved. 

^ioDtng -•f' " Manage- 

'MBt survi rsonnel 

-iSsigaetf , a laciuai oata base 

;ean be translated into new 

or retntorced goals of tbe 

Commandlr"' "♦'"•'* These 

range fror, f com- 

aiMication, decision mak> 

^, acttcn Dlanniag, tine 

lanaf lerformance 

u. suKHiAnee abuse, 

ton and leadership^; 



fflanagemoit, to e^ial op- 
portuntfy guidelines. It Is 
the ](A of these lead con- 
stitMts to coordinate the 
a^tivttles of each of their 
cQtnmands to tatloriiv a 
program to sult^the com- 
mand's needs. 

Hie Virginia Beach Auxi- 
liary Police Department 
adds to their variety Of ex- 
perience. Foltowing sixteen 
successive weekends of 
tratotng to Auxiliary Po- 
lice Academy, these officers 
are thai capable of pe^orgu^v 

ing all the requiremeiAs of 
the r^ular police force. 
Tto tTO major differences 
are that auxiliary officers 
perform their services on a 



volimteer basis, and their 
tmiforms are brown, versus 
the famiitor Uueof the re- 
gular force. S«iior Chtof 
Robinson has been on the 
force three years, while 
Loir WUson ha£i»arly two' 
years of sei^ce. the Au- 
xiltory Policy are utilized 
for special ev0t$ia»d gen- 
eral police assii^unents. 



Addittonally, thif are able 
to operate, to police vehl- 
Clei, either al<u» or as a 
rider with toe regularly as- 
8)|pied officers. Senior Chief 
B^itnson and Lcdr Wilson 
arf both assigned to toe 
First Prectoct. 



W. farl Reitelbacfa, Jr. 
has been elected District 
66 Governor, Toastmasters 
tatemational, and will as- 
sume toe duties of the office 
July 1. 

As District 66 Goverirar, 
Reiteltadi's Jurisdiction 
covers 35 clid» toVir^nto 
and portions of West Vir- 
gtoto. Rettelbach, a super- 
visory tratoing instructor to 
Shop 51, hasbeoiassociated 



with toe Norfolk Naval Sblp- 
yard's Merrltoac Toast- 
masters Club No. 3125 since 
1972. 

He says, "I enjoy toast- 
masters because it provides 
for a continuing education 
while sharing knowledge 
and experiences. Toast- 
mastering Is a lifetime ex- 
perience. It is a group that 
allows one to conttoue to 
grow. Everr-<toy, every 



meeting and every associa- 
tion Is a new experience." 
Rettelbach, his wife, Shir- 
ley Ann, and toelr two child- 
ren live at 5813 (tek Ter- 



race Drive to Vlrgtola 
Beach. The family attends 
Westwood Hill Baptist 
Church, where he is a Sun- 
day SclKM)! teacher. 



Rettelbach Is also active 
to civic, fraternal, and re- 
ligious organizations in the 
community. 



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The Kem^ Landii^ Elem- 
enttry School oei|vs{nper 
' • Tom -Tom ' ' has received a 
TAtiag of "supertor" from 
tht Soatbern IMerscMastic 
Press Ass«dittM(SPA)tor 
the IST6-77 scliool y^r. 

tiUm the same standards 
mt criteria tMt SPA uses 
totrate high scteel news- 
pafers, "Tom-Tpm" re- 
ceived a total of 74 (wt of 
90 possitde points. However, 
seven of tte fifing nt^or- 
ies were related to pboto- 
graphy and advertisi^ wbich 
tfae school Mwspaper dM not 
tm and could not ^m points 
for^ The amMded grading 
lOTfe "Tom-Tom" 74 out of 
8$ points, makii% it one of 
the best elementary school 
newspapers rated by the 
association. 

"Tom -Tom" was pro- 
dwlcd by sonfe &i Kemps 



Landing sev^b graders un- 
der tte direction of science 
instructor, OMaJd Hood, 
Most of m mm gath»-i%, 
writing, KaiMttM and lay- 
out was accott^sheddurti^ 
the students free time. 
"Tom-Tom" was pidriisted 
weekly 39 times dari^; the 
scbool year. 

SPA, wblch is s^cmsored 
bf tiMCoU%e of Journalism, 
University of South Car- 
ollM, gave "Ttwi-Tom" a 
rating of 27 out of 30 points 
in its news covei^ge of stu- 
dents, teachers, and ^kool 
ev»ts. In writiag, the stu- 
dents contributing to "Tom- 
Tim" ^rmred 23 o^ of ^ 
ftAnts, ami in layout 161/1 
p(^ts out at A possible 
£0 were ^med. Sevm and a 
half (4 10 points also i«re 
earned in management and 
inroduction. 



Mr. Hood nid tte Kemps 
Uamm sdHd tef' entered 
"Tom-TM" ta ttesixttu- 
nwl pHMi(»tiaBs coMest 
tvamoni ^{tatton's Scbool 
MW»rt. Tte eo^st receg- 
ti*^ and Ueiitmes out 
sbinding siAool pMdications 
Results are a^meegl in 
Jaly. 



MaM«ing MttttH- (tf ^'Tsoi- 
Ton" was urn iUts; m«i 
^tor wia Pattl Perliriwv. 
M; Art Editor, B«rttN 
Conda; Sam luUiiet ud 
KeUy Croom, CtetAttoii 
Kelly Croom, Cli^datioa 
fkttfaNTS; Carol Day, Mike^ 
Vp EtHtor; Unde CtrperaBd 
Caroo Greer, F^itureBdlt- 
en; and Roger Emory and 
Sem Whitlow, ^rts Ed- 
itors. 





V«ft 

,.„i*i»t 

tMr Aunal ttstaJUfion and 
Awards Baoqnet beld at the 
Coatmodore Cotmtry CInb on 




"v^j- if r-Tt','j' .^j 



Virginia Beach JA 
honored at banquet 



Tvm-Tom ntwt •tfitor Pttti PeH# 
(Ivf^ ami m«k«-up tditor CarSol Day display 
tha ctrtificaia from tha Southarn Intar- 
aaMaatic Pratp Ataociation which rated 
thair Kampa Landing Elamaniary School 
nawapapar aa '"Mparior." 

Virginia Bea^ii sisters 
- ' - - - j^atofi 5oo/r 




Amior Achievement is an 
organization of young people 
wM engage in the rimiung of 
their own small corporatii»s 
ane^ with the aidof int«%sted 
i)«linessmen, learn all pbas- 
es of Iwsiness. economics 
»ai the private enteiprise 
sy^m. 

YcHUig people in Junior 
Aoltfevement of TUewater 
wd^ tonoreii] recratly at a 
Fvtare Unlimited Innqoet at 
tbe Scope convention center 
inlforfolk. 



The JA program in Tide- 
water is in its 11th year oJ 
<?jeration and this year more 
than 1400 high school stu- 
^•ts were involved in ^e SO 
Junior Achievement conqian- 
ies in Virginia Beacb, Kor- 
itolk, Portsmouth and Cbesa- 
peake. These students pro- 
duced and sold over $25,000 
in goods and services to the 
public and returned an aver- 
age (d 10% to their stock- 
hohfers. 

Nineteen Virginia Beach 
yoangsters were ano% ftjrty 
Junior Achievers who each 
received scholarships wordi 
1400 enabling them to partici- 
pate in the Dale Carnegie 
Leadership and Human Moti- 
vaticm cowse. These scho- 
larships are given by Mrs. 
Dale Carnegie for tbe pur- 
pose of providing this OMirse 
to Junior Achievers in tbe 
Tidewater JA Program. The 
Vu^inia Beacb wiitte»««i^: 
Harriet Reid and Nadine Mul- 
len of Bayside High School; 
Dm Whalley of Cox High 
&lK)ol; Cliff Palkner, J^ 
Whyte and Susan McQuillan 
of First Colonial High School; 
Jbel Larkin and Laurie At- 
water of Kellam High School; 
Bryan Berry, Randy Pate, 



Keith CE«m, Dan Crowley, 
Mike Mifckey, Gina Pimen- 
tal, J<»nne Whttelaw, Janice 
Long ud Debby Carre ot 
Kempsville High School; and 
Qaany Sone and Reglna Sat- 
ten of Princess Anne High 
Scbool. 

Three Virginia Brach sen- 
iors were among five wlro re- 
ceived 1200 scholarships to 
use to farther their educa- 
ttcm. Ttese scbolat'shqis 
were awarded on tbe basis 
of Jinior Achievemert la - 
volvemMt, academic grades, 
and an interview irith the JA 
Scbolarsb^ committee. 

Karen Ctdwley, the daugh- 
ter of Mr. and Mrs. J(dm 
Crowl^, and a soiior at 
Kempsville High Sctool was 
selected for a scbolarsb^ 
l^iren was the Vice Pres^. 
d«rt <rf Skies for hw JA com- 
pany. Techno, counselled by 
Landmark Commanications. 
She plans to attend Virgiaia 
Comm<mwealth University 
and naajor in commercial art. 
She has been a member of 
JA for three years. 



Tim Martin, the son of 
Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Martin, 
and a stodent at Ken^isTflle 
Higb Scbool was the seccmd 
Virginia Beach selectee. Tim 
ns the Presideirt of his JA 
company, Free Style Pro- 
ducts, counselled by Cb P 
Telepbrae. This was his third 
year in the JA program. 

Steve Brady, the son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Jobn E. Mu:e, 
and a senior at KemfuvUle 
High School, also wm a 
schidarship. In bis third year 
in die JA pragratti, Steve 
was Preside of COJAC, 
enmselled ^ Atlantic DaU 
Procesaiag an! Service Cen- 
tN>. Steve {dans to attend tbe 
University of Virginia where 



he plans to m^or in Sys- 
tems Engineerinf. 

Other Beach A^ievers re- 
a)gnlzed, inclwted: Joamie 
WUtelaw of KempsvUle HIgtt 
School, a finalist in jbfr<^- 
stamUi« Yttfflg Bi^iaess - 
vcnnan cate^ry; JeffBalland 
Michad Chevalier, both <tf 
Kem]»Ville High School and 
both fiulists in tbeOutstaml- 
ing Y^ung Businessman cate- 
gory; JeilCockreU of Kemps- 
ville High Scbo(d, the winner 
in tee Vice PresUeat of 
Manufacturing categbry; Dan 
Crowley, a finalist In flte Vice 
Presid^it of Manufacturing 
aitegory; Lpdia Ricks of 
Bayside High Scbool, winner 
in tbe Secretary of the T^u* 
category;Inga Arlington of 
Q>x High School, and Kathy 
Wong of KemiaviUe High 
School, finalists in the Se- 
cretary of die Year cate - 
gory; Dale Ellison of Kemps- 
vUle High School am Aimet- 
te Savage of Princess Anne 
High Scbool, both finalists 
in the Vice President of Pw- 
sennel of the Y«ir category; 
Cyntbia Steigerwalt of 
Kmipiim9 Ugh Si^iM. win- 
ner in die Treasorer (MT the 
Year c^^oryand Linda Var- 
^ of Cax H^ SctexA, afin» 
alist in tte Tmsorer ot tbe 
Year category; Paul Aa^- 
nostos at KJeni^viUe Higb 
Scbool, winner in die Vice 
Pnestdeitf of Sales of the 
Year eateg«a>y and Drew Wal- 
ters of Kenqisville High 
School, a finalist In die Vice 
PresidoA tf ^es <tf tbe 
Year <ategory; Micbati 
Bnrice, oi KempsvUle Higb 
Scbool, winner in President 
of die Year cat^ory and 
Je« Pool (rfKeffljpsville High 
School, and Joe fteascm of 
Cox High School, bodi final- 
ly in die President of die 
Year category. 



Sbelly and Brenda Jcmes 
dangers of Mr. and Mrs 
inuard F. Jones of Itemps 

le RoMi ffi Vfavinia Bea 




yaua Mrs. Uur!> 
- - -, Ji», taoria Mer 
cer aad Mrs. Betty Esen 
b«i lor tMr work asaUad- 
inf eflanbittM duUrmab. 

C«rttll«ates of Merit were 
-irirded to Mrs. Carol Cnlg 
Mrs. Lottiae Forest and 
Mrs. Glarl* Mercer fordieir 
reeeat work on Cbapter nro- 
iects. 

wards were presented to die 
outgoing board members: 
Mrs. Janet Vemtilya, Vice 
l^resldeat; Hr«. Cindy LewU 
Secrrtaryj Mr*. Sliittoy Tay- 
lor, Traaaarer; Mrs. Sbeila 
Ferguaoo, Project Director; 
Mrs. Mictele Stone, Pro - 
graiB Director; Mrs. Gloria 
Mercer, HistorUa; and Mrs. 
Roberta Meaila^ Ctelnnaa of 
die Board. 

special prtsentatUms ?ere 
made tb Urt. JaaetVemilya 
Mrs. Linda Lowom, Mrs. 



^l;a:^« aad JaniatG. 

VrmiAM (rf tbe 

Beach Jaycees. Catlett 

was awarded a M« 

Service Award by the ««t- 

golag prcBldeBt tt the Jay- 

rt'itt's utA nichaaott. The 

aadiog #rS< 

u wuainaaa waat to $uk 

iilrfdMli: Mrs, Cla# 

and Mrs. Mtr|0 ttui» 

>■ 'heir work m thi 

'Dated Boate '* 

project, and Mrs. Mafttiii 

EUaaoB and Mrs. tfti|iil^ 

Adams for dtetr woit on tttS 

Jaycettes' CaalnoIfifhLMnC 

Adams was also rMcgiteaC 

as die Chapter's OutttudUf 

First Year Jaycettt. A spec* 

iai AppreclatlOD Award wwjl 

to Mrs. Gloria Mertar lal 

die Chapter's Keyifonatt A$ 

ward went to Mrs. Shaila tw^ 

guscn die Chapter's Ineoaiaf 

president. 

New oMeers are: Ur£ 
Sbeila Feituaon, PraaMni; 
Mrs. Crol Craig, Extaniir' 
Vice President; Mrs. Mifgo 
Haaklas, Internal Vice Pf^ 
Kldent, Mrs. MarUyn EUa^ 
SOB Secretary; Mrs. Jaae( 
Vermllya, Treeaaorer; Mrs: 
Maifaret Adama. BlstailaB; 
aad Mrs. Mary Aan BMIf 
Chairman ofttcBWxl/ 



will be tuiuAA In die 27di 
edltt» of "Who's Who in 
Bat^ TwirUi^, a 621-page 
volwne cwtBiniiv biogn|A- 




Siely .ksnes 



ies and i^(AurM of die most 
pnwlnait paiUc^^aats In the 
art of twirling. 

&eUy, a 13 year-old 
eigfadi gnde student at 
Kempaville, Junior Hi^ 
Sdwol, 'im recoitly named 
hMd majevette for die 
Kemps^rtUe Jan^ U^h 
School IttrcMa^Hfes ffiir 
the 00^^ sehoo! year. Sbe 
4s alsd first assistant bead 
majorette with die Tide - 
mter Ttrtrlettes, She Ins 
Nm j^u^nag batraiforthrae 
years. 

Brmda. age 11, is in die 
ffllh giwie^ at KempsvUk 
Elemeatery School. She Is 
tte seomd a»iirtaat bead 
nujorette wltt die llde - 
"t^et Twirlettes and has 
beM Maiylng baton fbrtwtn 
^rs. 




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S6RVICE SPECIALISTS 
MAKING OLD FRIENDS 
WORK LIKE NEW. 

Mo matter what make, model or year nuidilae yoa 
haf e, wt eu asaaUy make It wMt u wM aa aome- 
tUac iw'd bay new. So for repatrs or ntTMtfve 
aMlntaaiadt ol year sevfat aaehine or vaonHb daaaerr 
tame by aad lalrodDce aa M yonr eld friend. 

• Factory trained technicians 

•Experts repairs and maintenance of -a* 
makes and moddls sewing machines 
and vacuum cJeaners. '^ , 

VIRQINIA BEACH SEWING MACHINE 
IM London Bri^ aasMa 
Aoa»«NrSUl open 9-1 



Rissell receives DICA awttril 




TBA scholarship to 
five Beach students 



Five Virginia Beach youn- 
gsters were amoi^theelevm 
schcrtarships selectees an - 
nomced recently by Julian 
Rasbkind, chairman of die 
Tidewater Association of 
Home Builders Scholarship 
FoMwlatioB. Each recipient 
will be awarted a $550 scho- 
larship grant lor the 1977- 
78 school ywr, 

Scbolarsbi|> selectees from 
Vii^inia Bmeb are: RcAin 
Lynn Ackaiay, attending Uo- 
tre E^me; Mo Robert Moo- 
my, atteaAi^ William and 
Iltory; Cheryl Ann Caraway, 
affentt^ i Princess Anne 



Business scbool; St^^tti 
Joim Flmlaa, attoding WU^ 
liam and Mary; and Way- 
ne E. R^Mdds. attending O. 
D.U. 

The foudi^m awards Qisb 
gra^s ^^dly to sbidenti 
with a demonstrated ac^te- 
nUc ability and a itesire to 
ooirtiiwe their eiku^oa.^- 
dttts may pursw any field 
tf study. Funds for tte four 
di^cB are ^^vited tbni«h 
tte ate (^ aa anmal 'xbo- 
lar^p hoase". 

Eadi }wr, as (»e <rf its 
lalncipal K»-proftt civic 
I»ojects, me Tide«ter 



Bdld«v Assocktion s^cts 
a bolder to ctwstmct a sc1m>- 
larsUp iKMse. Annually slaee-> 
1166, wMfette sapport of vol- 
Nrteu- bolder members of 
TBA« ttis Mderdydng has 
profMed a handsome home 
tt i^aaasid«teaftialc(»- 
brlb^M to die TBA Scbo- 
larMp F^ for area stu- 
d^ts. 



Larry Russell, DIvisiOB 
Maaager of S&lts, Eo^ck, 
aad Co. at Pentatike llatt, 
was reon^y named tie 197^ 
Eaqfloyer el die Year by 
fiialribattve EklBc^ja 
partment ^ K«m| 
S^ool. jRuMell 
ainrd at Ok groo^'a annua 
Employer- Employee 
UmOma beld dds year bi 
die munond Oxb at Mrt- 
ropi^teB MemtHlal Partu 
I^viiBdflg die award was 
IVNBay Fraaklin of Ikmansa 
Srioia nt, who was die 1976 
Employe- ot die Year. Tbe 
award reeopdna tte em- 
pkqrer wbo tealfiutethe 
greatest cxtttittutton to the 
bittTidaal DE^idetttindieir 
en^oy. 

Three (Mwr em^era 
were recdgniaed tot their 
achievemeflfts tbia year. Re- 
celvin Oatstanrttng Sn^ke 
Awards flnn^kenpa^ie 
riudaAs were W. T. Wiley 
rf Food Fatr, Bob Berry 
(^ Lowes oi ^otalk, wd Jim 
Wils(» ot Ste^nsoB IPcMd 
Ttactor Co. 



At tte Incheon, tbe mmmt 
ol tte KnnfisffUe DKA (A- 
Iteen were auioui^d for 
Best year. The 1977 - 1978 
^daM lanite-s of the 
Kempsville Chapter are: 
presldeirt, Itevid Oreaao; 
vke presided, Rita Rois; 
aecrtttey. Chelia Ward; 
tnwnw, Kim Worley; 
and n^rlan, Sabrina 

JCMS. 




Lonqon Bridge 
Hardware, Ine. 

244 Lendon AMg* Shoniina CMttr 

340-8300 
WEDEUVER 

HTH Pool Chemteala 
Granulnr • tnblets 

Sockit - StabfHzer 



David Dreano, left, newly elected 
president of Kempsvie High's DECA, 
re<|8ives tils gavef and congratulations 
from past president, Les Basrighi 



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PUBLIC NOTICE 

Ctty of Virglnta BMCh 

A Location and Design Public Bearing will be held 
by a repreaenUtive of th« YirgttU Desnrtment of Hlgh^ 
wayi and Transportation on Aogast 10. 1977, at t:» 
r.M. la tte BbUand Elementiry Sehool Aodttoriam lo- 
eatna at JMO Ho llsn d R oad la Virginia Baadi. for tte 
porpoae of conaiderlag the praposed loeatioa and des^ 
ol IMiud Itoad from 0^ mite sMtt M to^ 9km 
Tratt to 0.18 mUe s<Nidi of Rosemont fUmi, la tte City 
of Virfinia Beach. 

AH biterested parties are urged to attend and give 
tte DcpartmMrt the boietit of dMir eofnmentt and sng • 
festlona relative to tte proposed highway improve- 
ment. 

Maps, drawings, aad otter Information are available 
for pubUc review and conrlag la the Departneot of 
Highways aad Transportatton District Ottlee located 
at 1700 Mortt Mala Street In SalfoU. In Its Reaidency 
Offlee located at the Intersection of Bttslaess Route 13 
(MiUtery Highway) and Route 16« in Chesapaake, and to 
tte otdce of tte Director ct PubUc Works for the City 
of Viiflnta Benoh. 

Represantatives of tte Deaaftji>> •> present at 

'and tummtuy 
day of tin ^ 
^bteMbram 
oersofik af^eneoar<ii 
prl( >rmal bearint 

wiiK-si" atAtemeats and wiMei eAwutte mtdMi 
propoaed project may be presented in place c 
addition to, oral sUtements at tbe bearing. Soea wni 
tea atetemeata and eabttits may also be nlwrtttml to 
the Oapnrttt*^ vithln ten days n* 



Tnnwtttte tumiMfmi 




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Sdes and Service 

d08 LotMkm Brklo* Shopping CMitirl 

340-0S51 



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DON 




Sunflower Heatth Foods 



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HEALTH POODS 

m London Bri^e Stei^ng Center 
Va. Beach 4W-M90 

fieaf The Heat 

Wl(kf S^hictlon Natural Foods 

• Natural Vitamin. Minerals and 
Natural Food Supptennents 

•10%, Off On ABJulces 
►Comptete Library of Health Books 



Shopping Sunflower an 
educational experience 



WM. F. "Willie" 

Jones 

Agmt 

Commercial 
Casualty 

Life ^.Health •Auto •Boat 

2260 Va. Beach B|yd 340^8060 






A personal intortst \h hMlih foods, promp- 
ted Nicole and Richard Karl ins to open Sun^ 
flower Health Foods. 



lie je«.9llp Hwp ibr kU 
yonr efMtii* stttdwry needs. 
We te«t»|i,|Meae poiBt, crevel, 
ietdi bookttf, MocU^. piUew 
raaklag, ipmi^ dtslgiBf, framiof 
•Ml lii^ i^e!! 



lA- Red Star Sale 20% Off 




JRibbons 
,Trq)hies 







.Awards 
.I'laques 



.Rubber Stamps ^g^yslte^ .Magnetic Signs 
Engraving Done On Premise 

Baach Engraving Service 
124 London Bridge Center 
..^ 340-1110 



Their own interest in health 
foods led Richard and Nicole 
Karlie to opra the Sunflower 
M^i$ foods. stK® at p 
London Elrl<%e Shoi«y« 
Crater. 

The Karlias have hem 
using health foods for seven 
years, and Richard who 

graduated btim CoinellUni- 
yersitjr with a degree in ag- 
riculture, feels the foods he 
ani Nicole serVe and sell in 
their siu^ ai« l^althier be- 
cause t^ejr «»tain u) addi- 
tives and preservatives. 

The shop features a wide 
variety of food items and 



some organic cosemetics 
aloi^s with a large stoclc of 
natural vitamins and min- 
erals. And, the Karlins pride 
themselves on Mrsjimalser- 
vice'^iiid' wfll^'ray aiid stock 
items requested by cus- 
tomers for particular diets 
or personal preference. 

The Karlins are definitely 
interested in healthy foods 
and a healthv environment. 

"Shtqiping" the store is 
interestiiig and higUy ed- 
ucational. The Karlu^ are 
happy to assist customers 
with information about the 
various itmes they stoclc.' 



"Almost everything in the 
store is something we are 
personally interested in,'^ 
indicating that for their orig- 
inal inventory they dcew on 
their ^^^tAertSts and 
likes. 



t« Sunflower, Health Foods 
carries genseng, a root- 
which is espoused by Orien- 
tals as a rejuvenator and 
life giving substance. Rich- 
ard explains that a man from 
China who took the herb, 
foti, and genseng each day 
reportedly lived to the age of 
256. This, according to Rich- 
ard, was reported in the 



New York Times. 

Richard and Nicole buy 
products in bulk and package 
them in smaller quiantities 
for customers which enables 
them to keep their costs 
to the customer down. Some 
items sold in the shop are 
chetqier than similar pro- 
ducts in large chain stores, 
according to Richard. Nat- 
ural seedless raisins, for 
example, sell in an 11 -ounce 
packt«e for 89(. You will not 
find raisins with additives 
ami preservatives as in- 
expensive, he says. 

The Suoilower is currently 
featurii^ a juice special, 
offering all juices in stock 
at 10% off the regular price. 
This special wasn't planned, 
but come about when Richard 
and Nicole stocked juices 
with the intent of having a 
juice and yogurt bar bi the 
sh(q>. The bar is comii^, 
but two sinks must first be 
installed in the shop in order 
to comply with health reg- 
ulations.' Hpanwhile, their 
presrat stock is on sale. 
Among the juices in stock are 
concord grape, apricot, 
pear, black cherry, peach, 
^ple cranberry and papaya. 
All the juices are natural 
and like other items in 
the shop, contain no addi- 
tives or preservatives. 

The stock of health foods 
may opea iq> to the new 
custom^ a whole realm of 
items not available through 
chain stores. Honey, for ex- 
ample, is not just honey at 
Sui^ower, There is a 
selection of tooeys from 
various blossoms, . among 
them: Hawaiian honey from 
lehua and kiawe blossoms, 
clover honey, buckwheat, 
honey, alfal^ honey and 
tupelo blossoijii k>ne/. 

The selection of dried 
fruits currd|tly available, 
include: m^ion figs, dried 
cherries, prunes, raisins, 
apricots, honey dinted pine- 
ai^le and honey dieted 
papa!ya. 



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IN ALL AREAS, . . 
PROSPECTS WAITING 



SAM MORRIS 

(»HiAT NECK REALTY 

2256 Va. BeacK Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23454 

tmm s«-ot4« res. hi-ims 




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A Sunflower customer and her young daugh- 
ter study tlie selection of natural products 
available in the Lomton Bridge shop. 




salon 

Lovw^ CAM mm m^^m'^ 

• p^^si a TERRinS 

• Ay-BMEDS 

• pitSUPPUES 




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Specialzing In wiique and finely crafted 
handwrougNt Jewelry Creattons. We ated 
carry chains, ^W items, scrimshaw, Indian 
Jewrt-y and rmich rriore. Now featuring 
beautiful pencil (frawings by Clark Ashtoa 

ConM In «id knA ivoundl 



IfaNirs; 10-.M-I:M 













Makhfig 

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art REALTY 

1 16 London Bridge Slwofipb^ Center 
V^glnla Beach, VktffOa 

340-8311 

We win give y<MJ # free estlriMte of 
mwlcet valiM on yoir pr^Mit Imnie. 



Jackia Glaason says 
"Howswaatltls" 
FCN Ambassador 

300 LONDON BRIDGE CENTER 
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA. 2S454 
B.J. SCHWARTZ 



Quiet 




Wed thru Sat. 9-1 

8 oz. Hunk of Staak 
Baked Potato S Salad 



$295 



The flack Room 

ftestaHraiit $ Cocktail lounge 
33508 Va. Beach Bhr4. 

(lOnff Shopping Center at Lomlaa Iridgc) 
MON.$AT. Can}40ll3 



JULY SALE 

10% to 50% off 

Most spring and summer fabrics 

Many are Higli Fashion name brand 
quality •Koret of California 
*Alex Coleman •Jansen 
•100(^ Polyester double knits 

All spring/summer fabrics must be 
sold before the end of July 

10:00 a.m. - 5:S0 p.m 

LONDON BRIDGE 

FABRIC BARN 



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220 LONDON BR. CTR. 
Va. Beach 
3M-5070 



'OUNTRY HAKS 

106 ,:,' 11 Bridge Rd. 

Formely Landry*s Egg Farm 
Distributor of Joy Dog Food 

HOURS: Mot. thru Sat. 8 to 8 Sno. 10 to 6 

Discount Groceries 



Kool-Aid 33 ot. 


$1.M 


Coffee-Mate 16 os. 


.99 


Pillsbury Self Rising Four 5 lb 


.69 


Pillsury Frosting Supreme 


.74 


GaUoD Pat milk 


$1.59 



Fresh country eggs & feed 

Check our backroom for special 
bargins phone 437-2954 



SantFJI 



RESTAURANT & LOUNGE 

208 London Bridge Shopping Center 

340-9427 

* Under new managment 

oucia'izinq in fine luncheons 
oi dinriet s- 

• K . pizza to go caB 340-9526 
Hours: 1 1 a jn. to 1 ajn. 




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MURPHY BRO. 
SEAFOOD 

2324-C Virginia Bea ch Blv d. .1 
ONSiDE nams skwpiwj cent^)* \ 1 
(1^40-0681 340-3081 

Fresh OcN«n FIrti - Dressed FI«E 
Oystens^lwwi'^lwhnp-Lotjstwrs 

Comptete Line of Seafood 
Retai - Whc^ate 

Sm. thru Ttaff. 11 to t 
Fri. tad Sat 10 to 7 



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Something for everyone 
at Ca|l>tdin's Pub 



Ytxm CiiMo't Oiiifadii's 
Ptb m aMWt iMn oOus 

distal room *i1b its qaiti 
aWdq^ro to ^e more in- 
ttrtt^ kNBIt 'irttti its game 



ar» mi iuae floor to tbe 
coraiOrtaUe unbniUa stotd- 
«|.ffitto.iBihe r^r, 
/ Vlace Carleo b^ been ia 
tbe restaurant budMwss on 
Sbore"' Drive for devea 
yrars. Tbe mean in bo(b tbe 




MEXKUM * AMEUCAM WO(m 
lUO YBKHMU BEAOI BLVD. 

iMscoiniT ntan Evpnr jdght 

C.B. C<^ brtt X to 4 Sttffdajra 
4 i>.B. to X a.B. MoMl^pOtfa Friday 
liMB- toia.M.SKli[^yaadS«iiky 

BRUCE TODD LIVE HIT^rAINliENT 
DINING A DAHCmG la^ 

MBQCiUfllEMU 

RmRITOfi # SPAMISKIUCE TACODOGS 

TAOS na^TLES CHIUDOGS 

QICHILAOAS SOl^AIHDLAS CHILIACHIFi 

TDSTAiXlS HUEVQS RANCHERONACHOS 

GUACAMOLE salad chilis RELLiOfO QUESADILLAS 

AMERICAK MEHU 

8 OE. NY. STRIP STEAk ROAST* BEEF 

.FRIED CHiCKQf HZZA 

IPORK CHOfS HA1I8UIK!ERS 

FLOUNDER HOT DOGS 

SHRIMP «„ . „ 

CoddhUr-WlMABeer 





^^Neighborhood 
Tavern 

Fwmmiy Gr—n BU hm 

IMi%lie« OvBwiUp 

0«% Lunch S^^ial - 

Frhkiy Special ' 6 to 9 p.nL 

All the fish you can eat ^3^^ 

Satwfkiy Special - 6 fo 9 p.m. 

All you can mt steamed shrimp *5®5 

3733^>nneyfload • 340-8447 



TtM Mfwrtto dining room facility tACtp'^ 
tain's Pub faaturas a quiet, pleasant at- 
mospkara and offers patrons a general menu 
for family dining pleasure. 



dining room and tbe kw^ft 
features tbe sane Ane 
selection that tos bew am- 
selection tbat has bera avail- 
able at Captain's Mb ior^ 
past' tfro yean aad 1^ 
Yiottsly .urtMM tbe est^disb- 
ment i^ knowBasCarleo's. 
The nane was changed two 
years ago. along with t^e 
decor in onlertolendamoi^ 
nautical flavor to tbe r^- 
taacaat wblcb Vince felt was 
more in ke^ifng with tbe ^- 
mospbere of Virginia Beach. 



ViM» oversees tbekitdwD 
oiienitou persoMlly and 
I»^pares many of die tas^ 
n«H c^ferfaigs. Cqitalft's 
Pd> fiMtares aUmdiaaclitta- 
aer n«n arailaMe tlroiqi^- 
(Mt tbe &y, U en. to 1:30 
a.m., in tbe <tt^iig ro^ and 
lounge. fttiopatrnB— Hwse 
OD their way 1o M- tnm tke 
beach or any(»eelseiwitiag 
to relax to a truly iaformal 
■lanner, may order from the 
"tal^e out" menu. 

Luncheon q^edals feature 
sandwiches, 

and submarines, as well as 
sidM luncheon plates aad tot 
saa^cbM, priced from 60( 
to I1.9S. A limctoM spe- 
cialty, tbe "hunk o' steak" 
is imilaMefi)r|2.7S.I»ni#r 
Mi^es, anUablefroB^.^ 
to 18.15 featsire fmifiim> 
botaeraade ^asa, H/tAsif^ 
mesaa, vmI sciUoiitei, 



catalMi, las^ptt and imoie- 
m^ IteUan sau^e. 



Seafood is available with 
the seafood platter featuring 
fried shrimp, crab cakes, 
oysters, scallops aod floun- 
der a apedatty. All sfl«food 
is fresh and tbe menu also 
featio^s shrimp scampi, 
broiled tflonder, and flooA- 
der gtafled with crab meat. 



A (ter-brolled 4>ecial is 
avaiUdUe en SatBnby«MMs 
and leitfiires tMnoiin} or 
Hew T«rt strtp steida or 
veti cbo|» served with Mad, 
potato and bread and bimer 



Disco music Is f eatuj%d in 
the lounge $rm m Fi^y 
and Sittraday evenings but 
Vbce b^>es to brii« in live 
ei^rbaiiuaeirt f(^ his looi^ 
soon. liBsie and ^itociog are 
also a part of the patio fare. 



If you ire planing to viidt 
tbe C^teta^^ reserva- 
tions are not aeoemary. but 
aNtnmMedthat^ 
eama we not 




Meadmn atoppfag Coaler 

va. BMca, fa. tUu m-mi 
Snjoy a Cocktail from 'The Other Boom' 
A Bewitctnr^fff^avagsihza 
2 Compf«te FrMId Chickf n OiniMrs 

Steaks *32® .>S0afood. 

Serving Breakfast - Lunch - Dinner 
7:00 AM-IOOO PfVl. 



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PliUHqrt myites you 

to 

Virginia's First 

Smorgasbord House 

. joveriooking 
Little Creek YecMMM^in 
8180 Shtnre Drive 
in Shore Drive Marina, 

Norfolk, Virginia 

Phone 583-3311 

JDpen 5 P. M. to 10 P, M 





A patio seeMed in flie r9mr of Captain's 
Pub alloMrs bM^ goers and ottiar patrons 



to relax Miformally and enjoy ftwd from the 
restaurant's "take cwt" meiw. 



tM« A JoHy tha^ and ¥imed aN 
tha taMroMi Stattom to town- 

Come Sm S Taste the most DellciOM 

Prirno Rib & Stdaks 

in Tidewat0r.rn»$£r95ai«> 



LnchServ^ 



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CMSkteils 






MlMrCra^ 
Catds 



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Ciola's 



Italia* AMerleaii 
CMriM 



**HemenAtr H'n The Sauce 
Tket Counts" 



TASTl TSi^llWI SPEaALS: 

•Shrfrnp MirlaMfaw Scampi style 

* CtamS CaslMi «• Orepuiata 

• Calamara (m^ squM) r* or white 

•'Leister TalS Br*«d or F« Diswlo 

* Chicken ICaraala of rnw^ 

» Cl^ken TetniiaiBi wttcc^tore 

* Veal Sme^A, Ibnala. rnKeseor VmJ 

and Papers 

SALTni-BOCCA,<^-BVCCO 



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anmiAiffi rrAUAif sausage 

Itas a fwle^ of erlflaal recipes 
U fmts same chef t sane maoagem^r' 

IM. 0'iaM fa. Beach Bl^-* '" — Oee«a«i 
imm-Bg. mt-^ 4U >sed MOBdays J 



Se Qfaa0 gt Beef ResCactnoi^ 

AT LVWrtwyOI IH4.ET VIWIIflA KACH, VlltCIMIA 

^•ddiitag to fk^h s^toM. teOi sUuned 
aad trtM, ^ine r* (rf b«^^^^^«ii Jrtcy 
sta|l«i iMfw^ ^MM- (Md Mititew 09tk- 
tails. 9§ikm iaally prtoM aad <^iMren's 
■MNiMidWe yMT 'rtNBd. 



CRABS •CLAMS 
SMRHNP •IQ 
LOBSTER t^O' 



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3656 Shora Drive 
460-1522 

Spacialfxlng In Seafood 

UMIMrE'MNING ROOM ' "IE BEAuM 

ItMui Culslne-i^noice steaks 

<^^ Oajn, 

Janditg Fri A Sat 



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Section B, Page 1 



Wednesday, July 6, 1977 



Bay side 's library for the liandicapped 



iBf MARILYN J. WEBER 
[Sim Me«s Eitttof 

Virf ink Bwcb Is tte tone 
of t specUl library unit tkat 
sends mort tksn 100 re- 
oorded, breUM a^ large 
print books, sM ■u«aiiMS 
•tcb day to pstiiM In Vlr- 
llnla Beacb, Norfolk, Ports- 
ouMitli, ChMSpeaks, ^tffolk, 
Fraakllo and tke EUtern 
Shore. 

The BaysUt BemM of tM 
Virginia B«acli Pvblic Li- 
brary houses a snb-refional 
IflmtT tor the blind and phy- 
iteatty handieai)p«<i. The 
fecial Services Unit Is 
beaded by Mrs. MarUy Mort^ 
insen and carries 2,500 
moks on casette tapes, 
12,000 talking books on rec- 
ords, 500 braille books and 
t,000 large print books. As 
It frtkirlee to haadicaivodpa- 



tTMs, the library, thrw^h a 
Libnry of Congress Pro- 
gnim wUl furaisb bocrics, 
ta^ pteyers or record 
players to the blind, to per- 
fKxm of extremely limited 
vision or to those pe<9le 
lAose {riiysical handicai^ 
maite it impossible fok them 
to Iwld and read boolcs and 
nataztoes. 

m bt^le and talking 
bo(M[s are the prqiierty of 
Ihe Libnry a CiMgress on 
p«naiie^ loan to the Special 
Sur^tM Unit at BaysUe Li- 
are tte prc^rty of the City 
(tf VlTtixh Bmth and have 
been ^chased with Ute^ry 
ftMs or <k»at|Kt l^r groi^ 
intte'wtW in sq^rti^ the 
^»eel«l fiRTlces Unit. 

The unit emj^oys seven 
pe««»le, three erf these 
rnkftafHis are t^miupped. 
Hm wniMces performed by 



the employees are similar 
to those Adne Iqr employees 
in (rtber ar«is of the library, 
with slight variation. The 
shelves in tte Special 
Services unit cousin plairtlc 
cases with recorded bocdcs 
elttier on record or cassette 
tape. These cases are 
"pulled" from the shelves 
and addressed to patrons 
who will receive theif books 
through a free maiUng 
service ixrovided by the fed- 
eral govenunent. 

Bnllle bo<As are also 
a'railiJUe. Braille, a system 
of recorded nUsed dots r^- 
reseirting letters, i^iraaes, 
panctnati(« etc.. takes 19 
omsiderably nMre space 
tiian the standard type used 
in bodts. Fra exam^e, 
"G<me With the Vihd" avaU- 
^le in braille \irt Bay^ 
recpdres frarteen voIvbim 




rather than the one rriattvely 
heavy vMame oft flie sMlvcs 
for slgM«d r^fiers. 

ComMnattoB orttrto^Msioo 
bo(*s are alM> anlbOile at 
Bayside, These BoMs are 
printed la both type and 
braille so ttot aslf^Md par- 
rat may read alMg wtUi his 
blind CUM or a Uiad par- 
mA wtth his i^HM child. 

The library also features 
table m^^flera, braiUe 
slates sad styU aol'sipa- 
ture guides which ^ilTOtts 
may chedc out flrom tte li- 
brary. 

Another tervlee vhtoh the 
^PMial ServloM ViM p»^ 
forms is a boon to handi- 
capped patrons irik> wldi to 
eoBiBunicate with noo-han^ 
(ttOMpped frlMids and y/tit 
versa. The Ittraryvfll write 
Mters In bralUe fu' si(^ited 
piO|d« to be s«it to blind 



frtoMls or will transcribe 
braille letters for i^ted 
individuals who have re- 
ceived them frmn blind 
friends. Similarly, Uie 
lii»«7 has a teletyipie com- 
mnaieation system for crai- 
tacting dMf or speech im- 
paired persons bytelqrfwne. 

The Bayside ^lecial 
Service Unit provides items 
like braille calendars and 
long and shM^ tax fonns in 
braiUe for its patrons. 

Mrs. Mortensen relates 
the bac)«roand of this very 
qiecial library program, 
"Interest began six orsevoi 
years ago. We had only a 
few books at Oat time and 
we worked through the li- 
brary in Hchmond. The pro- 
gram begpn to grow and five 
years ai9 we were desig- 
nated a snb-regiooal library 
by theLflNmryof Coagress." 



"We are so fortunate, in 
Virginia Beach," ^e con- 
tinues, "that Sam Clay and 
Marcy Sims, our present and 
past library directors, have 
been so interested in this 
program. That's the first 
important requirement for 
success of a unit like ours." 

Mrs. Mortensen also in- 
dicates that Oie interest and 
aid of Individuals andgrmips 
has been a tremendous boon 
to the Special Services Unit. 

Donations enhance the in- 
'Ventory available to patrons. 
The Adam Thoroughgood 
Chapter of the National So- 
ciety of the Daughters of the 
American Revolution re- 
cently donated five copies of 
the Flag Code in braille 
to toe unit in commemora- 
tton of the 200th anniversary 
of the ^rtablishment of toe 
Stan and Str^s as the of- 



ficial American Flagon June 
14, 1777. 

Various Lions Clubs have 
lent treniendous sunwrt to 
the unit thnHigh the dona- 
tion of large type books, 
braille books and equipment 
such as the large type type- 
writer, the braille typewri- 
ter, the optiscope and the 
braille thermoform copier. 

The teletype telephone 
system for the deaf and 
speech impaired was dona- 
ted to the unit by the Vir- 
ginla Beach Friends of the 
Library. 

Volunteers are used at 
the library and Mrs. Mor- 
tensen cited, in particular, 
the work of Mrs. Lee Hof- 
belmer who is a certified 
braille transcriber and who 
teaches a course in bralUe 
to other library volunteers. 

Volunteers are used to 



transcribe books not avail 
able through toe Library of 
Congress. A file (rf volun- 
teers is matotalned for those 
willing to read onto tapes, 
read directly to blind pa- 
trons, write to sighted 
friends for blind patrons or 
read letters to blind patrons 
from s^te<} friends. 

Occasionally toe Special 
Services Unit receives un 
usual requests from its pa- 
trons. Mrs. Mortensen re- 
<*ttfes that one older patron 
said sbe 'd like sraie ' ' spicy' ' 
books to read but would toe 
library please send toem u 
a container malted "The Bi- 
ble" so her daughter-in-law 
wouldn't know what she was 
reading. 

"We also receive an oc- 
casional complatot that our 
braille issue of Plavfaoy has 
no centerfold." 







Marilyn Morttnsen accepts five braille cop- 
iaa of ihe United States Flag Code, pub- 
lished by the National Society of the Daugh- 



ters of the American Revolution, from 
Lucy Weisheight, Flag Chairman for the 
Adam Thoroughgood Chapter of the NSDAR. 



MARIL YN J. WEBER 
SUHl^ews Editor 



nk.- 



Mariiyn Mortensen, Special Services Super- 
visor for Virginia Beach Public Libraries 
di^lays a braille issue of Pla^y maga- 
line. one of mwiy magazines available in 
braille to blind library patrons. 





KevhtSlaiAin^. — ^tes while Linda Midgett 
types on the braille tvoewriter. Both are 



han^eapped employees in the ft^ide Lib- 
rary Special Service ^artvient. 



Barbara ^Im, a blind en^oyee at ^ 
Spacial Service section et Bayside Library 
types material in braille using ttie Per- 
kins brailler. 



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was 
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lag and Weavtng, 

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-TofesBioaal, was doing well again^* 
UMHigh, wbo had made r 

»eloat«d 

'lie secood round, Ue pitra- 
i^K of Irish' ' held atxwt as much mean 
n« tor Irish Bob as "Wliat, me worry?" 
or sure, Irish eyes were not smiling. 

Acey came at McCarvey Ulce a bull 

-ossessed by something out ef th^^ 

Eiorcist,'' and with the spectato; 

urging liiii. 01^ 4w quickly cttinected 

a l«n hook tit lleCarvey's Jaw that may 

>4ve predaced visiofis ot leiH-echaiuna 

ui the telles nAB's head. Irish Bob 

bad Just bought a ticket to Never- 

Never Laud. 

. The ten-ceuDt was merely a formal- 
ty, McCarvey bad been knocked out. 

"He droi^ed his rigU hand aad I 
ame. i& wtth Uf left hook," exjilaiaed 
cey in the loeicer room mliMrtiM «fter 
tne tight. , 

Irish Bob had been set up. 




"BvsFvdsv tMn 



for me shar 

s 4c@y 

But while a khock-out is . 
way to dispose of a boxing oi« 
Acey's traiaer, Dick Pett«*ro 
the 2e-year old fighter »a.- 
all the way. "We've never irainea . 
knock-outs," said Pettigrew, hims 
an ex-All-Navy Champion. "W? ; 
train to go the distattc«> ' 

Nevertheless, Ace> 3 

to s^ck him. "Dick salM le 

punch," offered Acey, "he saididiiurt 
the guy if I hit him. I mst havf- to 
learn to move more , 

*■ "*'-•: hjrasii; 



i/jn't ha bl<»TT!H tf hA actually sought 

''.oUecting a 

■ fiRht), he 

iceman. 

dinger element as a 

ne fighter is always 



Dox'.ng, &(3 stat&<i naUj'. 

hen be was five, Acey wa's run over 

»:< d truck, which crushed his pelvis. 

His leg was broken in three places, 

and four operations were neeidied to 

t>i:t tiini back together. Twocaracci- 

ve taken their toll, separating 

er and breaking his Jaw. He 

a ruptured appendix at eight 

years of age, and has had bis kidney 

collapse. "I think every bone in my 

body; has been broken at least once," 

sail' 



;- ..at istu pro lox 

S^ ^motions Servicer 

started putting together figr 
Dome, because he likes to trai 



>ithfr "Oh. thTf* must be 



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I'm getting. ' 






riftg jiiijuiiB», thetwonose 
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"I like the disaptine," he said, "and 
it's a nice way to pick up some extra 
bucks. My wife doesn't miixl Just as 



.auutay. Ana j 
■in? some g^Kxi 



Th* delirtjws cheeriog^ttat comes ,' 
his way from his fans is a little pre- *'■ 
mature, aceording to Acey. "I've never 
bem Melor the Unel^^t," oM Aeey, , 
who hrt to cottfMd with it as a Vir-'J 
giiiit State wi-mtlfBt campion at Lake'j 
Taylor Higli in Nwfolk. "I like to ke^ ' 
t low profile. When I get IMtw mtij^ 
I'll feel I deserve ft more, tait I r^lly ** 
dottn deserve aM this jpafiUeifyrm get- <* 
ting." S 

Acey wUl flitt i^lB on My El, 
whM awHMi'^^^rt will be l^^iit V^r- 
D(Hn», He tes m idM who UsoHMmt'* 
wUl to y^^ but it m^es IttUe m-* 
terwMt to him. "I'm r«Rly," he ^ys\'M 






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stn^Ht, MS Mined "oat- 
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pouqd iBdiviihsl tttle. 

OtoUe At«ttader, also 
of Ac, woD the ISS tltte. 



Arms raised in victory, Acey ups his record to 2-0 



Notes from the dugout 



m0immiii^'m<^^i^timiwffmm 



Help! The heat is winning 



Plumbina Repairs 

" 1 




By BtAIR THURMAN 
a« %KJrts Editor 

9^m «port-lt's c«H©d "Trying to sufviw 
ithe hwt" T>»r» ar» no rules, th»r» is 
no u^poHsmMlike comkict. If ¥^ystoch©«t 
cart b0^u^ fine, share ttwn witti me. 



win tt« game? t tried ntiik sliakes, 
sofi drif*t| thlflkii^ rtiMt Eskimos, nothlr^ 
lost when ttw bade of shirt stuck 
to tit rf nm ctr. 





y league coaches, settle dmtn. This is 

not « biMket t^wriwt, so no one tirice it 

personally, but ttwre are a few of you mi 

^r^ «#w thirA Vifice LwnbaNi wrt>te the 

hmi to (mMi ywii^tirs. ku can- 

is playif^ bas^wll 






team last week, I stormed towards second 
bf s^ screaming like a banshee, ^eir^ my- 
self In tt^ line of fire, I lowered my head 
an< kept on truckin'. As the ball caromed 
off the top of my noggin', 20 feet into the air 
aiKl formed ch that th« 

Matter advatitea lo secono u was out), I 
staggered out into center field and convlrwwJ 
myself of 3 n-^w ^JnfthaJf T r,iih. War nr^ yf^f- 

^•'^ / i<ier» 

will be n ptis m. 






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Yirfliite Bm^ S«, My$, ivn - 9.3 



i> C/iace vis'^s Gymstrada 





Olympian's latest stop is the Beach 



By ILAm THUKMAN 
SiJN Soorts Editor 



■iitQ conceivable that Kim CtadC' knows more iboot 
iUi*jri»uoiuLl gsoprapliy than U.S. geograpdiiy. 

As tbe ei-Olympic gymnast conducted a clinic at tiw 
Gymstrada school of gymnastics last week, she said that 
the only time she had ever Iwen to Virginia was (HKe when 
she visited West Virginia. When informed that our nel^MMrs 
to the west constitute their own state now, shesimplv 
Wld.'Oh^.ttll..." 

3ui geogn4>hy has nothing to <k> with gymnastics, ez- 
pvpt When eompeition takei yon to « dist!";; shore, and 
Qat is wiqr Kim knmrs her tmj tpnmt places like Munich, 
^ ^^Esia, Ouiaita. BKldl and evM RW China. 

After 13 yMCS «f «(wpetltiai, howevM-, Kim was i^dy 
to haag m ker liotuds. "I have retired," said the veteran 
ctmivnuami OlympleS, who at the ripe old age (A 
21 has Iwgvn teaching. 

In her ftrst Olympic conpeUtim, she placed 28th in the 
iporld. Id m llomreal Ol^npiei, she Uniahed 1^ la the 
lR»id, her perto%aM:e betaig the best fnm the American 
world. She QKWfbt she did better. "There are a lot of 
pcdiitics in^nd in O^inpic gjRQntstic scoring." Kim stated 
flatly. "If some 4^rls on a HiaiB do poorly, then the marks 
of the rest of tiie i^rls suffet." Kim said that of the six 
firfi» IKiMa the VS., only hro ttaaafed tostey on the balance 
biaai. Kim was one (rf those glt-lh. 

In the upeven bar competition, Kim received a score 
of 9. 75 (o| a possible 10). "I ms very pleased with that," . 
ske said, bat added that thelhlgUii^ of her career were 
tte U.S. Balance Beam Charapkmships she won in 1972, 
Mid '73. 

i(ow, in rettremenl from competition, she is teaching 
gynn^cs in her tatter's school in West Palm Beach, 
Flbrilk. About sli tin^ a year she sallies forth to teach 
attdiUcs across the oatico. Last week was sprat at Gym- 
strada, in Kemi^rvUle, helidng anymw who wanted to attend 
day serous, and imping the Gymstrada students at tdght. 
CUaics are good for the girU," said Kim, "theyhdp 



motivate them, give ttem some drive. This was really 
a clMa-19 clinic, wtere 1 try to polish up the tricks ttiey 
teve almd^ iMmed $M corrMt tbelr mistakes. It's aeat 
wb^ I teach a girl a trick it took me a loi^ time to learn. 
I kmw the thrill," 

Kim thinks that as far as Olympic competition is ccm- 
ceraed, the United States is not far behind the Soviets, 



who she feels are tte best in the world. "Our gymnasts 
dM't have far to go," she said, "not r»illy. "But only seven 
girls are picked for the Olympics everx four yMrs, and 
tliat's «M much to sto<rt for. The main difference is that 
the Russians look at gymMstics as work, and we still 
look at it as fun. 
"1 tUak it's better our way." 




(SUN photo by Blair Thurman) 



Kim Chace (right) instructs a young gymnast 



Kim got depressed, by Nadia Commaoici s famed per- 
'"•"maw* not that If wnsn't Mrpiii>i»t hit that tbeyovng 
East German wasn't »ijoying herself. "She's good and 
everything, sai<l Kiw of the lii&t Olympic gymnast to 
to evK* record a perfect 10 points 1b competition, "bMt I 
feel soiry for her. She locrics drained and over-worked, 
and she doesn't look like she's itLvU^ a good time. I'd 
Uke to be as good as her, but not at that expense." 

Even the Russians are d(4 as hard-core as the East Ger- 
mans. "The Russians have plenty of personality," offered 
Kim, "Nadia had none." 

Kim enjoys teaching at clinics, she gets to travel to 
places like Virginia Beach ("The beaches are a little 
crowded, but I bought some nice things at the Boardwalk 
Art Show."), but it is widi a hint of nostalgia that she nar- 
rates her eqdoits that used to carry her far away. 

Like to tte Great Wall of China. 

"Yeah, I climbed the Great Wall," she says as if she 
were talking abonA the great fence that surrounds my 
house. "And I've been to Ming's Tomb (remember Ming?) 
and to the Forbidden Ci^. " 

While all that was interesting, naturally her curicnisity 
was peaked more by the Chinese approach to gymnastics 
than by some ancient rubble. "I enjoyed competing over 
there in a way," explained Kim, "but the Chinese people 
really know nathuf about gymnastics. They actually laughed 

at some of our routines. Their floor exercises are iwre 
ballet, and they laughed when they saw what we did. The 
first time I performed, I was very serious, and got upset. 
But the second time, I performed a Russian routine they 
could recognise, and smiled all the way through it. They 
thought I was making flm of it and gave me an ovation." 

Accupdiiig to Kim, the Chinese do not stress competi- 
tion like we do. "It was friendship first and competition 
second," said Kim. "Tbey never told us any scores or 
anything like that." 

Those days of travel and glory appear to be over for 
Kim Chace, unless she realizes her goal to become an 
Olympic coach. Until then it's clinics and lessons that 
consume her time, and knowing that maybe someone will 
follow In her graceful footsteps. 



Tennis tourney open 



Entries are now being 

for a 64 -team 

"Meid^^dovUes toiidstoar- 

.nament eo^qonsored by 

Old DOn^oB Universi^ 

and Jj^aes Ki^hmans. 



eludes con»>lation i^y. 

The three divisions in- 
clude a cham|4oashipfliglit 
intermediate fligtt, and a 
novice fli^. 

■ixed-doubles 

M^Bt 




neot MU take plai^ oat the > 
Omj courts J^ 22, 23 
akd 24. 

AU eMry fees (|I0 per 
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for (XKI temis scholar - 
sU]» for men and wraieB. 
The conp^tioB also in- 



Nachmans offers 
bodi'titq^es and mer - 
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a reception for partici- 

AU matches wi^^ follow 
Uoited States Tatois As- 
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three sete except for eight 



game pro-sets in conso- 
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The consolaticm com- 
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first matches. 

Entry fonm may be ob- 
taiaed in mWSOV field. 

or at area tt^nft clubs^ 
The oitry deadline is July 
20. 

Further informaticm can 
be obteined from ODU ten- 
nis coaches Ken Rand (489- 
6418) an) Jahet Amacher 
(489-6403). 

ODU's two indoor courts 
wiU be used inoasectf rain. 



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ti OK PUBLICATION 

.,i Clerk's Offict of tbe 

trevlt Court of tbe City 

I Vlrttela BMCb. Va., on 

« SOUdiy of June. 1977. 

mt Evans Porter 

iaktilf, 

'\ 

% Harold Porter, 

■>aat. 

objeet of this suit is 

all) a divorce a viii- 

aatrlmooii from tha 

ddkwkat, upon Um 

stvunds of eohtiauous se- 

paratka in aicesa of one 

year. 

.And an affidavit havini 
baat mada awl fUad tluttdae 
dtUMMt kia baaa aaad by 
or.k bateU of tha Con- 
Piiuiat to iBfeartala in 
vMgIi eovaty or corpora - 
tioa tfea dafaadaat is. witb- 
ovt'tfTaet, tbe last known 
pOit ofltea addraiss beii«: 
Mtl Skadl Street. Vir- 
flpk Baaeb. Va. it is or- 
dmd that be doappaarbera 
Jkk ka (10) days after 
«i«:Mblie8tU» haraof. and 
dd viatkay be necessary 
to fvoteet bis iaterast in 
tbirjaft. 
A iB%-Taste: Joki V. 



Viraim 




lot 



™^ wittk ka 



TbOMuBniyles 

SHh. itraat and Pkdflc Ave 

Vlfp^ Baacb. Va. 

VflS-7/«,7/lS,7/a),7/27 4t 




wiaa do «iat k 
to, pttMact hk 
thkattllttr 
A 

r 

By 

C. 

Aka L. Oakaa p.q. 

ifSSVirgkkNifieiM^ 

BMl. ■ h. 

NarMk. Virfkk ItSlO 



SHOW CAI^E OROI 

vifiktte k <te ^^— 
Cowt aftbe City o* y^ „„„ 

ejta m<k Mtt tt. 447^;; SS 

B«lw*«l.W!M«».7r. 
^< a ria k tr «tor ti.tba sttak4 
of AMbo OoarkiHariai. m^'^ 



QRCiER OF PimUCATlON 
lb tie Clerk's OUea of tbe 
Clreait Coart of tha City 

>iki.iL^2SP*^ ^^' VA on 



of this suit 

a divorce a 

■iMttOBltfraBtbe 

the 

of ana year se- 

affidavit bav- 

and filed tlHit 

-k asttMorc- : 

ttf tta 8kti of Vir- 

tSu'tui kaovapoat 

KiUMte 




dueeryMo. 
CFftftt 
It aiipeartai k tha Coart 
a repert of the iiwaak of 
Wwl 1. WUlcnc. Jr.,Ad- 
■«;5]rtpr of tha Eakta 
ofAlkaDe^fks 




^, htt baaa flkd k .^ 
Chfi's Otteaafkk CaMi 

paad siaea tha fHUllcatioa! 
•■o*|"<rf*lkaa«l5a53 

^tor of tha Eakta af 4]. 

toaDoaikallMTr^ 



ad. it k 

CWtMEKED that tha eradl- 
krs of, and all olhan liK. 
tarastad k the Idkto, dif; 
shear caiM. if any aHSr CM, 
at lOKM a.Bi.» aa «a 19th 
day af Jtdy. ltn«^halM^ 
thk Coart, k ik (ikrit 



afakat the ftMiKt 
and dMvary of.lhalbkia 
ofAtealkikkaMam.4a- 
eaaiad. fe lada 



1, BotMi. Caiadea. North 

CiutiAmtntl it koelarad 

tUA ilkdbtiipcarhercvith- 

k tab (10) days after doe 

Pp W teb tk a haraof. aad do 

iw aajr be abeassary to 

prakct her interaat k this 

saA. 

A eapy-taate: Joha V. 

Faatraaa , 

By: Fatti A. Kecoetaan. De- 

MivClark 

. 'J^lmn^tMMaite^ie 
^'Iftr^ Baaeb..VA. 

VBS, 7/6. 7/13.7/20.7/ 27 4t 

-' ORDER 
VntGDOA: k tbe Clerk's 
Ofllee of the Clreait Cbnrt 
af the City of ViiYkk 
BjMch. on tbe 14 day of 
March, lt77. 

kre: AdqptiQo of Tamra 
*aMMk Aefcen and Paul 
OhalalAdcaa 

ftf:fiaaii£»G.8kiflteraad 
Uralk Evoaae Sholtber. 
PMttkaara 
l^lMGanrAckan 
MPttklknh Street 
%rlaidBla. PA 1S144 
Of CHANCERY 
iC77-l68 



sideat of the State of Vir- 
ginia, the last Juiovn post 
office address beii«: 5205 
Broscbe Road, Orlando, 
Flortdb.' 32867 it is order- 
ed that be do appear herp 
within ten (10) days after 
due publication hereof, and 
do what may be neeasfary 
to protect his Interest in 
this salt. 

A copy-Teste. John V, 
Fentress 

S!i.ciSP* '' '«*«''«" 

Frank E. BuUer, III 
8420 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
P.O. Box 4177 
Virginia Beach, VA 23454 

VBS,«/2a. 6/29, 7/6, 7/13 

ORDER OF PUBUCATIOIn 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Coart of tbe City 

of Virgkk Beich, Va., 00 

tbe 21st day of Juane. 1977. 

CyntkU Anne U^pham, 

Pkintiff, 

against 

Myron Dean Mepbam. 

DefMdant 

The object of this suit 
is to obtiUn a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonUl 
said defewfent, 
jtrounds of rontinuOT 
uolnterrMted separation 
without cQUabitation. 

And aJi affidavit having 
been made and tiled that the 
dafandattt is aHob^iTesttatt 
of Oe Skte of Virffnk. tbe 
last kaoan post ofHeendd- 
,rwrfbdat^Joll«tCoWpoc- 
' tubal Center, Camp bomber 
C-63470,- Box 61 5, Jollet, 
lUn 60432 it is omeiM that 
be doi|i(Mar herewftl^~f«n 
(10) daysaflerdnepabliea- 
tion<^ beraor. cand do- .irhat . 
may, be iweessary to pctitect 
his interest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: John V. 
Faatreas 

ir- Battl A. Keenehair, De- 
puty, Clerk 
EU S. Chovitz 

1155 Viitinia Natl Bank 
BIdg. 
Norfolk, VA 23510 

VBS-6/29. 7/6, 7/13, 7/20 
4t 




ftMNMH 



3 

EUeo 

Robe . 

tiooenjf, 

that the 

ceedi&e 

adoption 01 tne ai^.. 

ed infant Scott Tkitl 

Long. byifJoi^nca 

Chajtkaa '"" 

Gebrl "t 

wife, iiiipHRii _.__ 

been made and filed that 

Roy L. C^tor, a datnral 
parent of said child (ran), 
is a non-resident of thf 
State of VirglnU. tbe Ids 
known post office address 
belnr 4totite.#2 MeAitliarr 
Obio Ris thaMtdreOndWf « ' 
ed th«t »^ fliirf"* I 
Castor; ai 
Cotirt wli 
after 



address being: 

vm^ Drive, San 

fi' California 92921. it 

—"iarMtbathedo appear 

'itbi« 10 (ten) days 

uopaUicaiion here- 

:^do what may be ne- 

saary to protect his in- 

tist in this suit. 

/-Teste: JOfiN V. 
....{ESS, CLERK 
Curtk Fruit, De- 
puty, Clerk 

Mr. Norman Strauss, Atty 
"A S. Rosemont Road 
tibk Beaeb. Virgkia 

^!-«/22-6/29-7/6-7/13 



Thomas F. Rile> 
n^fendaat. 

:he object of this suit 
la to obtain a divorce a 
vincQlo . matrimonti, from 
the stld: detaAdkatr qiik 
the trofiods otd^UAry, 




ORDER 
VIRGINIA: In The Clerks 
Office «f the Ciroult Cmirt 
ofthbCttvotVirglnUBeadi 
00 the 2lat dav of Jiutt, 
1977 

In re: Adoption of Jennifer 

Ann Buns . 

]E^J6M|ffatftrles Upllngtr 

and »ie Baker Uplinger 

Petltloaers 

to;' Piter Robert Burns - 

42,1/rpirk Strwet, Apt. 

10? 

Essei Junction, Vermont 



ORDEft OF PUBLICATION 
k tbe Clerk's Office of tiie 
Circuit Coart of the City 
of Viniini* Beach. VA., on 

^^J^rM Juno, 1977. 
DokiaX ib^aco, , . 

PttStin, ' ... 

against / ^1 

Gilbert James Pacheco. 
Defandant. 

The (Aject of this salt 
k to obtak a divorce a 
vkculo matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of one-year a^ara- 



ORr 

in I 

Circuit Court of 

of yifsiak Beach, 

thrlttiK idat Of Jane, 1 

Susanna L. M 

iHivid Joseph 
Defendant. 

The ^ect 9f^ 
is to "•■'" 
vihcttlO' 
saidjf 

groandt' of 
separation. 

A*- lui.^_ 
beeD' made jkbd 
the defendant k a 
sideht^l^^ 
gkki " ^ 



ft k ftilher ORDBBID 
that thk SkMvCaaaa (Mar 
be pibttahed omo a viak . 
fur two sanaaaiva «aaks te 
the Vlrgiak Baacfe Sta. » 
Ufngaftr bafkg fkkrill.; 
drcaktioa k the City «f^ 
Viifkk Beach. 
A Conr-Teak: Joha V. ^ 
FMtreaa. duk > 



Thk day came Deanls 
G. flnlker aad Loratk 
Ewoaw amker. Patltko- 
•». aad rtp waa a k d that 
lhtokjeetdfllhkproee«l- 
iH k to aCtoet tbe adop- 
ttoy of tha above ^med 
Whit (s), Tanra Susanne 
AdtMihad 9iBl Oaakl 
A«|M«/ by Dcuik G. Sktf- 
atorjaad Lot-etk Evonne 
Smar, hdahaad and wife, 
aad amdaalt bhfii|t been 



ftr: J. Cartk Fralt, D.C. 

*,"?^' **tO' t«W!»«« 4 iwjit aid miwiB M 

■tJjpAchaB,aaitnralpar- 

1 1 itkH^MMsforibriitate 
of VMkta. the kst known 



Didcaea* 

IMOVi 

Bldi. 

Norfolk. VA 83S10 



F.C.' 
Nattoad 



VB8-7/l,7/l4 - 2t 



ORDER or pubucahov 

kthaCkrh'sOOeacflha 
Orcatt Caart of Ifea City 
of Vir|kk Baaah, n. m 
the XTOiday of imm. If??. 
ThOBMS 6ra^7 Vair, 
Pkktiff. 



Barariy PMlaoB tab'. 



Tbe obleet «t thk 
k to ohkk a dMwca a 
vkodo ktlrkMaU fnalha 



pr^ka kr a period af 
aera ttaa aw (1) year. 
Aid a» aflMavl hatki 
haaa Mil aid likd that 
flk dakwk a t k a aoa-re- 
Maat of#a8Mtof.V^- 
jtfiMa. ttalut MMV^'iaal: 

mmatmm imm tm 

^ It k 



; post oMee address beiiv: 
•«_Wtkk»fh Streel, 
Sbrkgdak. Peondylvank 
15144 R is therefore Or- 
ikrad that the aafd Paul 
£^,„AckeB appear be- 
fore thia Court wlthk ten 
(10) days after pubUcation 
of thU Onkr aad kdicate 
Ma Mtthida toward ttapro- 
pbaad li^tkn, or ottn-- 
VBM da Jrikt is aecnsary 
k prale^ Ma iakrest k 
thkmatkr. 

^em torte: John V. 

PaBtriM,Ckrk 

By:rMIA.Ikaaebaa,D.C. 

l«ectC.Jaaesp.q. 

IKfLawBiriMI^ 

NarMk. VA 2SS10 

WM/14, %/m, 7/6, 7/13 




OF PUBUCAIIKW 

k m Oark's Oftee of 
Ihr ^isiitt Caart of ihe 

^yil tM 4iy of Jaae, 

MtttA-JOiM. 



Iteli Mmo, n. 



Tha aMact «f tka aait 
ktooMOia 



m-'^A. Kaaaihaa, Ot- 



tha 




dliareefroai 
af Bttrikcny 



tha g i OM d a efaapa- 
kr 



I, 7/«,f/l3, 7/10.7/17 4» 



^Aii aa afttdsvit kavkg 
haaa Bade aki fikd ttat 
the JMeodant is a aon-re. 



And an aftid«rtt having 
been made and fUed-that the 
defendant is a boa- resident 
of the State of Virginia, 
the last JoMnk po8t>.office 
address lfeii«: 21 B Street, 
HattaoB. NewHanpakratt 
is ordered tbat bedd appear 
here wttkn ten (lO) days 
after due piAlication here- 
of . and do what may be oe- 
eeaaary to protect tak in- 
terest k this soft. 
A copy-Teste: John V. Fen- 
trass 

By: PatU A. Keenehan, De- 
puty, Clerk 
O.L. Gilbert 
lllf Maritime Tower 
234 Montieello Avenue 
. P.O. Box 3332 
Norfolk, Va. 23514 

VBS-6/29, 7/6,7/13,7/20 • 
4t 

ORDER OF, PDBUCA?^M* ; 

Clrattt Court cS the City 

of Vlrgink Beach, VA, tti 

the 2anl day of Juae, 1977 

Jeaalfbr Marie Doughton 

Sktar, 

Pkktlff, 

sfakat 

Rdbart WUter SUter, . 

Defendant. 

The object (rf tbk suit is 
to obtak a divorce a vk- 
culo natriaooU from tbe 
said defekknt, upon the 
greoHk Of wtatMmptedi ' 
separattoa enn- ooe jwb-. 

Aad Ht affidavit bailK 
ben msite aad filed ^ ttie 
defeadui k a noe-resideat 
of tbe State of Vin^, ttie 
last known post office a4d- 
reaa being: e/o RobtiV WT 
a^r, Se. 2« WagnffSt., 
Wa^ngtoa, niinok 81S71 
it k onterad ^t he (to ap- 
pear km wttbk tea (10) 
days afkr due jnUiattton 
benof, aaddowMaiaybe 
bMMsai^ toprdket Ms in- 
kr^kttkMt. 
A et^y-teste: John V. 

fMXMS - 

^ Mtt A.KMMMto,^. 

patydwk. 

Atendo-P SflUtt 
l«t ITarWaH ToMr 
HurtWfc, VA, txto , 

V^ - 6/29, 7/6, 7/11, ?/» 
4-T 

^^1^: k tiM Ckrk's 

of ^ C^ot Vl^kk 
mm mk^ St 




nCbincery 
#C'77-«30 

;^y cake Joseph 

; UpUager aad Sob 

tijplkger, Petttlob- 

r renresented that! 

jject of this proceed- 

.. kg .k to effect the acky- • 

^iittotf'.of tbe above named' 

^^klttt (8). Jennifer Ann 

*" by Joatft Charles 

ikiaaa Baker Up- 

f^^battt'aDdwik.and 

,. Lviatbeaamade 

yuat Peter Robert 

ituralpareatof 

, is a nbn-resi- 

Skte of Vir- 

Hat kaoiwn pimt 

being: 48 1/2 

^.^Apt. 107, Es-. 

p^ Vermont It is 

Ordered that tbe 

Robert Bnmaap- 

jf« thk Court with- 

llft'tw (10) days after pub- 
^ ^^ 0^^ ^^ 

toward 

or 

ne- 

_, ^ „ his k- 

HUfcuitter. 
m Ma V. 



A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan'^ 
puty Clerk. 
JobaM.<:ioad 
,214 Exenitijre BldgJ 
Norfolk, VA.28l{fl)?' 

VBS-6/29» 7/6, 
4f 



ier.m 
^ iChBlvd., 
? Va. 234S4 



I, D.C 



ORDER OF PUBUtJATlo.* 

kke Clerk's Qtteiloif 

Circnit Court Of tlM|»v 

of Vlrglnk Beach, VA., 

on tbe 14th day of June. 

197?. 

Daaa McEntire Smith, 

Plaibtiff, 

against 

Raadl Root Smith, 

Defendant 

flib objebt of'ithk.^it 
is to obtain a divorce, a 
vinculo matrikooli' trtfin 
tbe said 
the 



ICATION 

In the CldrJt's'dfflc* of 

tb^ Cthsm tdbrt of tbe 

Clt!rofVit«ltakBeaeh,VA. 

.00 thr *.f-i'>: day of Jane. 

Judifli 
Jdito 





, ofr„. 
BaMtln 
California 
that sb« d 
withk 
dik 

MM 

protect her 
thissui 

A c6W 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan. iw- 

pi^. Clerk 

K I^Adifisott,ni 

p.o.B«iitorr 

ltorf01k,VA., 23502 

VBS . 6/22 - 6/2J - 7/6 
7/13 - 4t ' 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
itheCkrfc'sOtteaofIha 
ClrcMt Coart of the City of 
Vlrgkk Beach; Ml the nth 
day of Jnae, 1977. 

OiarkaeFayGuslaftk, 
Plaintiff, 
gainst 
Mu L(iP'CtoMlMrl3lMallk 



k re: Adnplioa <tf $am 
Daakl DeLoav ' 
riaranea Kuan C^^m 

Weeks 



The pMaet 0. 
k to obUk a dlvorte a 
i4aculo matrtnobli tromtho 
Mid defMant, upoe the 
pnonds of one yearsepara- 

Aad an affidavit havij« 
been made aad filed that 
tbe dafeodaat k a iui*r«- 
sideat of tbe Skk of Vfr- 
gtok, tbe kft kwnn post 
office addreaa baWirFouth 
Madieal BatkUMl. a*|trs 
"A\ Ft. Carton. CdlttMo 
it k ordered that he do I 
poar here wm^JgUtti 
days after dna^^^^^ 
'"^, and do 



i MirMf , and 
avIieBbbaasary 
to protect his ktarest in 
tut salt. 

A oopy-Teate: ^ John V. 
Fantraii - . ' 
By: Patti A. Kseaahdh. De- 
puty, Clerit 
Oata H. Cay, Jr. 
2071 River Road 
virgibk e«aciri Va .2I4m 

VBS-6/22 - 6/29 - 7/6 
7/13 - 4t 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
k the Clerk's Office of tbe 
Clreait Court of the City 
of Virgkk ' ' ' 

itekmuu 
PlAtatuM 




VBSilB/21>. V«. 7/20, 7/13 
4t 



ORDER 
yiRGINIA: k tbe Clerk's 
Offic* of tha Circuit Court 
^ the City of Vlrglnk 
Baacb, on tbe 13tb day of 
Jane* 1977. 

Of RE: Affirmationof Mar- 
rlige by Raynood D. 
TmnatMck aad NelUeMay 
TrematMck. Petltifloers 
TO: Jatt Roth Snyder 
/oBTT Birch Snyder 

^MxmericaTgoz 

iQuakg 
•S^i Vlrglnk and 

Ja.Kw York, New; 
-.,09501 



IN CHANCERY 
NO. C-77-712 
THIS Day came Ray- 
mond D. Tremethick and 
Nellie Hay Tremethick, 
Petitioners, and represen- 
ted that tbe object of this 
:pr«cee4kg k to affirm tbe 
,m»tThn' of pettttooers, 
aad. affidavit havii« been 
made and filed tbat dae 
dUlgpaea tas been iiaed by 
or k habalf of saM peU- 
tlobers to ascerkln tto 
ttaet wbereaboMs of Jadi 
Ruth Sayder, t|e tonner 
vlk of tbe paUUoner, Ray- 
mond D.TraBetMek,witb- 
ont effbet. the^^kst known 
poat offioe addr«aaes beiw 
e/o «BT Birch Sbder. V. 
i:8. iMJER)CA(^r 
HOnaiag. Porttnottlh) 
|Ma; aad k car* el... 
Birch Snyder, U.S.AMERI- 
CA, F.P.O., New York, New 
York, 09S01. It k there- 
tore, ORDERED that asld 
Judl 9atb Sfoiu appear 
-wlthk 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City 
of Vlrgink Beach, Vs., on 
the lOtb day of Jane, 1977. 
Barbara Roaaanne McCor- 
mtck Backlttm, PUkUff, 
against John Beverly Beck- 
ham, 
Defendant. 



Tbei*ject,«fUMssttitis 
to (MUn a divorce a vk- 
cato matrlffl<»U fi'offl tte 
said MNkiknt, qpM the 
fTHMi ctf OM year 
s^kiifiw. 

kBA an al^vt^^vli^ 
been made and filed that 
tl» ^ikaauX k a non-re- 
sUmt tf m state of Vlr- 
glnk, the tast known post 
offioe wUnss b^ac: U.S. 
NAVCCWIttrA, &SX IB, 
FPO Ne» Terk, ^w Yoit. 
it k ontered tlot he ^ 
ap^tr here withk tm QQ) 
4iys after doe prittsatton 
imtta, am At wtat maybe 
nceamr to^ectMtift- 
kwstlBttiliault. 
A c^y-TM!te: Jota V. 
Fei^ess 

By:PatttA.Xeenehan.Ite- 
pty, Clerk 
raetMter L^U Aid 
Soctety 

147 Gnuilv Sto-e^ 
NortoEvA. • 

VBS-6/I5, 6/22, 6/29, 7/6 



■■■MKiliMMlW 

that ttte ^. 
aK>ear befi 
within ten {ib) 
publication pf i 
and indicate hts/bei at- 
titude toward the proposed 
adoptlm, or otherwise do 
what is necessary to pro- 
t.>ct his interest in this 
matter, . 

A copy teste: John V. 
Fentress^ Clerk 
By: Pattl.A. KeenahanD.C. 
2i8Penbn)ke Four Btdg. 
Virgkk Beach, VA. 

VBS-6/15, 6/22, 6/29^7/6 

4T . .,.,■. 




bfataat 
MSLk 



J Lkdaay Jacfcaun, 
Defendant 

Tbe object of ttau salt ts 
. ^_^ 




that he do ap- 

lO W^^^^^F 



Ahd sf Affidavit hav- 

iag beea made aad flkd 

ttatke defendant knot a 

"^••f* M tin Akte of 

'St kflowi 



lea- 

lio- 
Jeto- 
w H«i)oaed mar- 
---..- affinnatioa, or 
Mkarwke do what k aec- 
onkry to protect her k- 
terMt in tks matter. 
A copy teate; 

Joha V. Fentress, Clerk 
l^:AMttA.Ka«hehan,D.C. 

Sussex "^ 

^pMa Beach, Virgkia 

fm-4m. $m. tn. im 



order 
VIRGOfIA: k tbe Ckik's 
Office of file Circuit Court 
of the Cl^ itf Vli^nk 
Beach, 00 tbe Mb day of 
June.W77 



IN RE: ADOPnONOF VTV- 
iAN Rf»BlTA SROOKS 
BY;: KARL WOLFGANG 
WE88ELER AND CBAR- 
LENE MOSER WESSELER 
Hosbaad and Wife, 
Petitioners 

To: Robert Wayne Brooks 
^oWUUe Brooks 
dloaoaater, Viifkk 

CMNCERY 

Na C-77-813 

'Ot^ riadJurfl 94} pota twl 

-e^W «# ^cia H'^ m to 3;mi: 

TMa dfei Gkiw Kail 
Wdli|»agW«M»4iM 
Cbarkne Moaer Wessder, 
PetMtaMrtraad rqn^sra- 
tai tIM ttkiot^w^ of thk 
^e»edkg k to effat^ the 
ad^^tkn «f ^» Miot««un<< 
ad toftkt, TlvkaRoNrk 
BiMik, by Karl W(^|ai« 
Wes^iar aad CkffUM 
Ntoser Wsas^r, bqitend 
aadwUb^aadaffldaiMhav- 
Ing bean mate aad filed 
ttat R(AartWayae Brooks, 
a natmU jiarart of said 
dUM w^retfm^ k oi- 
haowB, thbt dai (ttUgence 
has bM*uadbf<vJB be- 
half of the petifiMMTs to 
asceitak k whidt &awA.y 
or copPKittoB toe utoral 
par«i k^ wWkn« affect, 
the kid Imoin pcN^ office 
addr^s b^: c/o Wl^ie 
Itoeoks, Gloi^wter, Vlr- 



It k, therefore. ORDER- 
ED that the said Robert 
WAyaa BrMrim appear be- 
ii»e thk Court wlthk ten 
iM d>l» iftor pubUcatton 
Mm» CMar Md kAeate 
hti itttttiia tmnrdkepro- 
poied Adoitton, or odier- 
wlM do iritaik naeesary 
to protect Ms inters k 
tols matter. 

k oapj teste: John V. 
Peatraas, Clot 
^: P^ A. KeraehanD.C. 
A. Aateew ^, Jr. 
AttorMy kr Petltlooers 
iSMLaaUaSoad 
Viniak Beach, Vlrglnk 
234SI 

VBS-6/15, 6/22, 6/29, 7/6 
4T 



ORDER OF PUBLlCAtlON 

In tte Cleric's Office^ the 

Circuit Caul of th£tity 

of Virglnto B«ch, m on 

the 10th day of June, W77. 

Mlt^ael A. SCutro, 

PlalMlfl, 

ttaiost, 

I%111; Aon Scirtro, 

DeM^latt. 

1*e fli^ect m tM^ suit 
is to (Main a divortfe a 
ntensa ^ tboro froiArthe 
said def^Bduit, upoo'the 
gnkbcto of^sertioniis of 
May 20, 1977. •< 

And an afflckvlt ^ving 
been made and filed Ithat 
the <Mkndant dtae dllig&ce 
. has bOM used Iqr q^. k 
bMaU or tbe Cmnpyibant 
to aacertak k idddi ^- 
ty or<»rpM«tkotbe«mra- 
dant k. wlbout «tfeet,%e 
last known post office ifiid- 
wu beisfr 571 De Mhra 
Lane, Vii«lnk Beacb^a. 
toe home U tbe eompwin- 
lat. it k ordered tlttf%ke 
(to appear here wlthU4ei| 
^) days aft«> dnepubBca- 
tlcn hereof, od (to what 
mi^ be ne^ssai7topi!6ect 
her Interest k tMs'^ilt. 
A «vy-TMte: Jtdmtiv. 
-Fei^resa ^ ' z 

By:]tatti A. Keenehan, 4)e- 
poty, aert ^ 

Fnak E. BMIer. Ill s 
242b Vlrglnk Beach Blvd. 
P.O. Box 4177 ". 

Vlrgkla Beach, Va. • 

VBS-6ja5, 6/22, 6/29,^76 






ORDEROf^ffUBIjeMiON 
ak d^iClm^i CMfiaaa of 
the Cirta^ Court of the 
City of VirglMa Beacbj:on 
the 8to iday of June, 1977 
EdaaKs^eeolUeger, : 
PkkBff, 

acakst ( 

Novi^Rleger, 
D^ehdant. 

The object of this suit is 
tor fik^d idaktiff to Hb- 
1i^ ptidshmeot of tonds 
daa di^etent finm U.S.A. 
txtm sakt d^ewknt qton 
greoittbor Jadpi«it ren- 
dered Oct<t>erS. 1975 for 
an^ra ^ <AUd stq^ort. 

And an affidavit having 
be«i a«de andfijedttatthe 
defended is not a resident 
<tf tte state of Vlrgkla, 
tte last known pi^ office 
atHrMS being R(Mb 3 Box 
S4 Poc(Rn(*e, Maitknd. it 
is ordered that Norman 
Rlege do appear here with- 
k tM-nn) (toys after due 
pridkaudn hereof, and 'do 
vdurt may be Mcessar^^to 
prote^ Ms iitferest k this 
suit. 

A ccq[)y-T^e: Jolm V. 
Fe^ms, Clerk > 
By: meunA W^gand, d!c. 
Aleoad^ P. ^ito 
l«i2 mritlme tow«- ■ 
Norfolk, Vltfink 23510 

VBS-6/15, ^/U, 6/29, 7/6 
4T 



-w 



OWDER 
l^^mA: b flkClM«'s 
Cifiee (tf the Cireuit ^nvt 
H m C^ ti Vli^nk 
BaaA^an the Wh «y <tf 

to re: Ma0^ak vt Hm^ 
LaVMwIligi^ 
By: LaRoy Call, 
PMttian»n 



kCteMery 
CT7-3SO 
TUs day came LeRoy 
CaUand, Petltknars, atf 
repreaanted thai the obtaet 
of tbk prooaadki k to af- 
fect Jbe adoplkn of the 

lii UVana 4ffatle,, 
by LeRoy Call and been 
made aad filed that Fred 
KkM, a natural parent of 
said child (ren), is a aoa- 
raaldsnt of the State of 
Viifkk, the kst kaown 
post office address beliv 
U ■ 



msm OF PUBLICATK3N 
k the Clerk's Office of tbe 
ClriMit Court of tN Citytrf 
Vlrtfak Seaeh, on the ^ 
dav of Jane, I»77. 
Mii^iA Lee Troop, 

Stadra IhmkHoweUTrdop 

thecA^eet of this suit is 
to ditada a.divorce a m#- 
sa at tturo from toe 
(MendaM'ipbn toe 
of daaartton. *• 

And a« affidavit MltMg 
been made and filed tflU 
due diUfeoee Una been o^ 
bvorkbebatfflfthaoak- 
pukant to adeotok'^ 
wMefa county or»r|iMi- 
Uon the defendant k iMtt- 
out effect, toe tast kaoff 
post office addr^s bMlK 
840 Holley Radge A«^ 
Vlrglnk Beach, VlspT 
it k ordered that ^e 
appear hare wltMn mi 
days after due puUtokl, 
hereof, and do what man 
Mceasary to protect Wr 

intltr«H)t in fhic ciiif - 



fwtteti, Cie 
If; J. Cut; 

IT, fckw 




MrUK. VlniBla 



Viif Wa B^ek &b. Mj 8, mi -8-7 



OI^HH Circuit Court 
of WVRnn Virginia 
-•ttetcb, on the lOth day of 

June, 1977. 
" ' In re: Adoption of Timothy 
" ^ Oftrrin Countryman 
■ ftr: Florence EUen 
'-'Gbapman Weeks 
•'^'Itobert Gehri Weelcs 
' Petitioners 

' - TO: Susan Countryman 
' 419 1/2 south WUhington 
' ^Street, Greenfield, Ohio. 
'- IHCHAHCERY 

#Ct7.7W 

This day cane Florence 

ESUeo Chapman Week* and 

:*'IMMrt Gehri Weeks, Pe- 

-ittlonerSj and representa- 

titioiten, and repres«i- 

' led that the object of this 

proceedini is to effect the 

adiqitioo of the above nan- 

, „eit infant <s), Timothy 

', Qtrritt Countryman, by 

"„.;FU^rwx Ellen Chapman 

-; DT^Nm and Robert Gehri 

v.,4iriM»ks, husband and wife, 



t^ tl^tarit tmvim Men 
m^ aM IWtod ^t Auu 
^^if nan. aaj^Mpar* 
Mt^nM^UI,igtiMMi. 

Viv^Ma, the last teown 
pnt o^f adA>«M te^^ 
«9 l/S Jn^ WaMtaton 
Slr^, Greei^M, ,_ 
is the^n% (hr4i^ 
tte Mid Si^u 

•H»r tmton this 

wlWn tea (M) toys after 
pftHcatiM tf tut Qfdw 
iod laAteate mtflm attt- 
twle toimrd ^ p^ed 
idtVrtteD, or MhervlM do 
Wtet 1« IKCMttfjr td ^- 
tect his ittereat in this 
mattwr. 

A C«wT«*»: John V. 
Fwtress, Ctortt 
By: PattiAvKe«iehan»O.C. 
WlUlui Oriiini^r p.q. 
Av^i vid DriiiWBter 
4I3« Vtiiitfa Beadi Blvd. 
VMiria Beaeh, Virclnia 
23492 

VBS-6/15, 6/ffi, 6/29, 7/6 



Virginia Beach Public Notices 



HOTICE OF PUBUC HEARING 

Vunglnia: 
r.' #! p«ultr meettng of the CouncU ol the City of Vir- 
, ,|rfiila Beieb^viU be held in the CotneU Cbamb^v of 
j^^fte AdB*^»tion B«iWlng> Ctty ttfll, Prtocew Am»e 
^..,fttt«, Vl^rta Beaeh, Virilnla on Mondar, Mf II, 
r,^ Mn, at im P.M., at vhich time the MtoviHap- 
plcattons vUl be tatrd: •^•v 
. GHAJfKSE m ZOHDfS WSTRICT CLASSIFICATIOH: 
, VlMMmA BEACH fiOROOGH: 
i^.i.4 ^^WsB of Hattonl Botch Corporatlwi Air a Chuwi 
^ ZoniaK District ClassUication trm ^S M^im&i 
let to B-2 CtNnma^ty-Bosimn OMrM m e«rtain 
erty located at the HorUnrest laterMCtUwof flbUy 
Id and Plnewood Itoad, irundng a dtetaaee itf 270 
along tiif Korth aide <rf Plnewood lUiad^ raudng 
$mKK6 of 200 feet done tte WMtert pneerty line, 
'-- a ^ttnce of 210.10 t*et Hmg ttw MMttaii pro- 
Jae and fVHtfaii dlstahet of 209J1 fsctdong 
West side of A^ ttaad. Said pared caBtains 1.239 
^.Mf*. (Liidchom Pari^ Area). ^nSKSDIU BEACH BQR- 
L^^^f^VGH. 

'i;;S.^Petitiott ol Nytonal Beach Corporatfam fbr a Change 
?!.$«( Zoning District Classiflcatloa f^om B-1 ResMwtlal 
:9iMstriet to B-2 Qmnmlfy-Biuin^ UstiM on artein 
iti&frmrty located m tte Nortt side <a Plneirood Boad 
7 bamming at a point »0 feet West of HoUy Raid» rwiaiag 
a distance of lat.U feet aloi« the Nortt ilde of Plne- 
trmod Road, rumiag a distance of S62.49 iset along the 
Western property Use, ranning a distinee of 55 feet 
along the l|E»tt«« intiperty lino ud ronitegi distance 
"M 500 fe^; Moog ttt* btftent vtapetfr line. Said par- 
cel eootalns 1.IM ic^. (Unkbom Paric Area), vm- 
GDIIA BEACH BCSOUGH. 
COinXTKaiAL 08E PERMIT: 
k^VIRGimA BEACH BOBOUGH: 

ApnUcatlGQ of MoBtague Steiahart lor a CoodHlonal 

Use Pmalt for a dii^x on eeriain woputy located 

tte IMit i^le ol Arctic Cmeaii be^ulng at a 

174.t» fbet Sbntt of 15tt Street, ruaaiat t distance 

15.11 fe«t aloiv the West side of Arctic Crescent, 

wmKtaKmmtt.t fNt iMog tte SMbon pro- 

IshHWMMtiNt SlMg,th»«iS- 

. . iOjAsAttif^ andtnnnb^adlsfance 

90i« laM.abM tte Norttem wapntf Itiie. Said par- 
QiMins A157.6 square fSM more or less. VIR- 
BEACH BOBOU(ai. 
rCBANGEOF^ZOffiHG DISTRICT CLASSIFICATION: 
LimiBAVEN BOROUGH: 

i. Pettflon of Mm W^ i^uams and Cmndiiu A. Voider 

fin- a Chaai^ of Zoning Distri^CluMieatUm from R-1 

. SesMeatlal District to R-3 ReUdtntialDlstriet on cer- 

'lUia popffly bleated at tte SoctiieaiA eanm of Green 

•.rRIU »)«l aad I^euif Norfolk Qnajr, runaiaf a ffisttnce 

A0( 167.95 iMH aloarthe Sontt side of Duke of Norfolk 

.H^finaf ^ nwdng t msttnce of 160 feet mwe or less 

.^akxg ttf Ea^ni mraperty line, rumiag a distance 

•',pf 160 AMt not« or teas along tte ftirilMfa property 

•Jjiie and rau^ a tUatuee of 180 lent moi^ttr less 

w<«long the East sMe of Green Hill Bond. Sidd parcel 

ufiomns .6 acre waim or less. (Green Hill Farm Area). 

.tl.TNNBAVEN BOROUGH. 

CCMOmONAL USE PERMIT: 

:^>BAYaDE BOROUGH: 

W( 5. ^ii^lcatlon of Ba^Uwin and Gregg, Ud., fi>r a Coa^ 

'idltloQal Vu Permtt li»- pwaamU stnrage JkcUltles on 

•&e«rttln prtswrty looted on tte Nortt side <tf Virglaia 

iBeaeh Boulevard b^MN ata^int 6^.70 figl East 

of Newtown Road, nAMing a (Kfiuioe of S74 lendimv 

the Easteni j^vper^ line, rimning a distance (rf 325 

o.*leet akog tte NorflMM prqpo^ Uia, mWIg a dls- 

riilUMe of 247 feet In a SonttMijr direetloa, mmdag a 

distaaee ol 2TO fe^ In an l^i^qr #iredlM, raHdiv a 

.V<Mstaaee ol 170 feet In a Sotftaiy tbnt^kn and rwmlng 

a (^stance k 50 fiet abmg fl» NiHtt Mte of Tlr^nla 

Beach BmleMni. Said pand eOatetts 1.3 tteres. (Davis 

Com«r-MllhBtii Maaor Areu). BkWDt BC^OUGH. 

6. AmUeatloo <a J(M A^riamdl, ID, fiuf a CoBdWooal 
: Use Permtt tor reereatlMM^iMtttte of u oohloor 

nature (statteboard nark) on ^rtala prwHtr leeatod 
» OB the Nortt side ofliritchdnek Road be^A^ at a point 
«M5 feet West of Ferry Plaitatloa RoBdTnniiW a 
distance of 203.77 fOet along tte Nortt side ofVlteh- 
dudc Road, mming a dlsteiwe oi 4tt.M ^t ateg tte 
Western property Um, ruaaing a ^thae* ol awi fe^ 
along tte Norttera jatfertyltteaadnw^aOilaBce 
/Of 406.09 feet aloBg tte EaiiterB property Uw^ Said 
.'parcel oontalna 2.476 acres. BAYSIDE BORCMIGH. 
.CHANGE OF ZONING DISTRICT CLASSIFICATION: 
:KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH: 

7. PetltiOB of Cavalier kiVMtmeat Cmapaay for aOange 
of Zoaiiv District Clas^dcMoa from J'f Residential 
Distriet to A-1 ApattauM DIstrlet oa Outaia plttmly 
located on tte Wect Mde of EweU Road beglari^ at a 

vPOInt 1653 fast Nortt ot Mtter ROad, rwBbig t (ttltaBce 
of 1670 feet more or less aUmg tte SoMwra propwrty 

^llae,nianing a distaw^e ot 955.H feet along tte Westera 
nroperty Um, nuaiag a dlstaac» of 13M ImI more or 

rjwta along tte Nor^urn p^ofvtf line aai nmriaga 

^#mnee of 152 feft along Ite Eutora pnmarty Uaeol 
ifhleh 310 feet is tte West Ma <tf EmU Amd. &id 

•lareel eoataias 16.6 acres m«f« v tett. ^empsvflle 

r^ardeas Area). KEMKVOLE BAOIXffl. 

i^lTPatitloB of William E. Wood fo^ a (Aaai^ of Zotfag 
jMstriet ClaasiUcatloB from R-l ^sldoBUal Distriet to 

, A-1 iM»rtmeat IMitrlct « cttialB pf#«r^ loOBte« 1160 

. jaet more or leas Sorik at ttldte fallwDrivrlei^ 

lliii at a pofat 110 feet a«!« or leas 1^ irfCMter^ 

4«i|llle Tarapike, rmmttg a ttsttaa ctf lon Mel Uoag 

'tte Norttem proparty line (VirgM mt^^ and Pcnmr 

"jSmittny Rigkt-ol-W^). rMdng a ^nee «r IM tert 

' akac tte Weaten ptismff Um, ttt^m a iOMmm «i 

. N8 foet alo^ tte aotUml^vimm OMmnti 
.Parkway Proposed). aaA iwattg a Mriiida oCMOIeat 

;,«taig the Eastera pr^arty ttM^Md parori MMalM 

.HS acres. KEMPSVlkBMNW»H. 

i. Petitloa of WUUam S, Wood for aCtai^afZoriig 
Oi^rlet ClasaUleatiOB from R-8 Resideatlal IMstriello 
B-2 Commimlty-BaslBau District on certain property 
located oa tte Watt aide of CeaUrvlUe TarapUce begia- 
alM at a polot IMO fiet more or lessSoott of Ilddaa 
VftUey Drive, nawlag a dtstaaee of 640 foot aloag tte 
W9# aide of CaattrvUla TampOts, raaaiag a distaBM 
tf ^ feet aloag tbe Soottera propHy Um, raaaiag a 
ii.*..^« of 640 feet along tte Waattra property um 
14 a distance of 775 feet alone tte Norttera 
wwviij Um (VirglBia Electric and Power CoaipBay 
MAt-ol-Way). Said parcel eoBtalM 10 aerea. KEMP8- 

:>VniLE BOROUGH. 
OQMOmONAL USE POMIT: 
KEMPtVlLLE BOROUtti 



10. AHpiicatioo of liLH, Ltd., for a Co^tional Use 
ftrmlt for ree;ratfl<ml fadUttes ol an oitdoar nature 
(stetcboard ptrt) m eei^to pf^erty located 2S4 iMt 
m>ff <ff Ms fiMt of OveAiM Mad, b^lnUif at a 
P(4rt MO feet more or less Noitt of PriacMs Anne 
n»d» iwUng a dista«ee oi 110 f«rt aRmg ttfrjNtten 
ppep«% Um. i^tfag a distance ot 436.43 feet In a 
Ih^easteriy dtare^tu, rarni^ a distance m W7.9? 
Mr In a Northerly ttrection, rising a distance of 
136.56 feet in a Norttwesteriy directton^ nmnl^ a 
dstance M 157 f^ in a SmttMstarly lUrecttm Md 
niMing a ittstttee (tf 429.61 feet along the Western pro- 
pM^ Um. SUd ^u>cel c(»tains 2 icres mwe or less. 
l^^m^iaQAOUGH. 

11. ^H^eatioa <a Eium Corporation for a CMditiMil 
Tfta Peittlt MrVM mdoiMbile service statttm (A ^- 
im mm^ lodted at tte Soittwest conwr of tm^ 
vliMace Ro^ and KempsviUe Road, nimibig a Mi- 
tente ffit 139 le^ along tte Soutt sMe isf Province 
Ifowi. nmlng a (ttstance of 180 feet al(»g tte W«ttam 
prop^ty Uw, rwning a distenee of 18£l4 feet a^ 
tte i|Mttern ^-operty line, run^i^ a disUuice of 113 
foct laoag tte Wist side of KempsviUe Road and\rw- 
l^.anBnd a curve a disluKe ol K^ feet bk»^ or 
len. ^Jd parcel cmtalns .73acrenioreorless. KEIWI- 
VILLE BOROUGH. «' 
VACAIftWbFPLAT: 

PRINCESS ANNE BCmOUGH: 

18. ^griteatiOB of Edward WUlcox lor Uie vacaUim of 
60 loot Mtta<A Unes (m ceriaki ifftqierty locatoiibQn 
tte Nortt aUte ol Tuna Lane, 142.27 feet Wwt of Mri- 
Plper ROM. ^Od parcti is known as Lots 154, ISKaM 
156 of tte plat designated "Siaabridge Ster^, Sai^n 
IB, Noi%^Prine«n ^AaM vfionw^, Virg&da B«n^, 
Virginia'*. More di^ailed informattoa is avallaUe in 
nm Dq9artm«rt crf[ Plaaidng. PRmCEffi ANNE BOR- 
OUGH. 

AMENDM^T: 

13. Resohitloa of tte Camoil of ^ City <rf Virginia 
Beach to amend and rewitia tte StdxHvision Ordinance 
of tte City <tf Vlrgbiia Be«di bf adding SeeUon 8.4 
ralatiag to fees for mcatlon of plats. More detailed 
lidOrmaUaB is available in tte Department of Planning. 
Richany. Webbon 
City Clerk 

VBS-6/29, 7/6 - 2t 



NOTICE OF PUBLIC BEARING 

Tte Tiitlnla Beach Planning Cohunlssicm wiU hold a 
PnbUc Bearing on Ttesday, My 12, 1977, at 12:00 
Noon Ui tte CoOBCU Chambers of the Administration 
Building, Princess Anne Cottrttouse, Virginia Bench, 
Vim^nia. Tte foUowlng appUcations will app^r on the 



DEFERRED 60 DAYS BY PLANNING COMMISSION ON 
MAY 10, 1977: 

1. i^eatfoa of Muddy Cre^ Hunt Cl^b for^a Condi- 
tional Ute Perinjft tb erect a boat house oA'certain pro- 
ttK^ located on tte East side oi Muddy Creek Road 
tegbutfag ft a pobrt 256 feet more or less Soutt of PlOa- 
sui Ri^ Road, nmniM a distance c^ 187 feet al<»g 
tte East side of Muddy Credc Road, runn^ a distance 
of 46 feat more or less along tte Souttem property 
UM, taaBlng a (Ustanc# of 167 tet^ more (^ less along 

, ,_ff«^n®'iB or ._ 

.w„^**0ROUGH. ^ 

DEFERRED 30 DAYS BY PLANNING COMMISSION 0N 
iUNE15.19T7: 



2. PetittMi Of E. A. Smitt for a Change of Zoning Dis- 
triet Classtfteatini from H-1 Hotel District to R-8 
Residential District cm certain property located at 
SStt Street and Oeeanfhmt, nmning a distance of 157.76 
feet along tte Soi^ side^of S8tt Stiroet, mailing a dis- 
tance ot M feet akmg tte Eastern pttmer^ Um, ruiming 
a distaaee of 150 feet along tte Souttern pniperty Une 
and rannttg a distance of 70 feet along tte Western 
w^ierty lite. Said parcel is kMwn as Lots 1 and 2, 
mock 7, Put of Utenneer. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 
REGULAR AGENDA: 
SUBDIVffilON VAIOANCE: 

S. SabUvlidoa Variance: Appeal from Decisicms of Ad- 
ministrative Officers hi re|^ to certain elem^ts of 
tte SUbdirisioB Ordttuwe, Subdivisfon for Kenneth CriU- 
Mr. Prtqioty located at tte Northeast conier of Odcana 
Boulevard and So>tt Sod Lane. Plats wtth itere detoiled 
informattoa are availaUe in tte Dqiartment of Plannii^. 

4. Snbdivisim Variance: Ai^eal fnm Decisions of Ad- 
ministrative Offteers in r^i^ to certain elements (rf 
tte ^MUvlsida (MInance, SoMlvlsion for George W. 
WeHwr. Pn^ierty focated on tte N(»rtt side of Quail 
Ran C^yv Plats wttt more detatted information are 
aialUUe la Uw Dniartmeet of PUuming. 

5. ftMlvitfoa Vanaoce: An>eal fti}m Dedsicms of ^- 
lalaistrattve Officers in ro^ri fo certain elemenUi of 
tte SnMivisfoB (MUnance, Sibdivisiai for Vemoa E. 
Moore. Prt^erty loaded on tte East side of Lindsley 
Drive, 159.80 feet Nortt of WoUknare Road. Plata with 
more detaUed informaticHi are available in tte Departmoit 
«IPlai^«. 

6. AMMsioe Variance: Appeal trran Decisions of Ad- 
mWstratl*e OfflMrs hi n^[^ to certain elemrato pf 
tte Sttbttvlsloa OrdimuEice, ^db^vision for Jesse J. 
Parkarsoa. Property located oa tte East side of Wood- 
atoA Ifoad, tiOO feet BUMre 0^ lessiiortt of ProvideiKe 
Amd. n^ irttt BK>re drtaUed information are avail- 
aide tt tte DiqputtmMrt of PkuuUng. 

auaSE OF ZONING DISTRICT CLASSIFICATION: 

7. PattUaB of Aanie Lm Lewis fOr a Change of Zoning 
Db^rict C l a ss tf l c atlO B from R-6 ]^M«ttial District to 
B-t^^^^NUiaatty-BaaiMss INstrlct on certain prope^ 
toertad at tte Nbrttaast cotter of Newtown Road aad 
Osaii I«ae, nmaiat^a «st«aM ai 311.13 f«^ along 
tte Ntartt side of Coaaie Lsm, romtag a distance of 
7f J Itet akM f^ iMteni prt^erty Itte, running a 
dtttaaM (rf m.6 feii^^xg tte Nmrttera prt^rty 1|^ 
and naatag a ittstan» (tf 77 le# afong tte East s^ 
of l^rtowa RomI. SaU pa^ eoniiias 0.532 acre. 

k^^kmoiBm Sbtoua Parte tor a C^mge of Z(nii^ 
Ototrtrt CUteffteattoB from R-8 RMidmiUal I»striet 
tO-Bi'r CMMiant^-lMbtMS IX^rfet ok eertatt Ko- 
B*^ toc^if OB ^ 1^ sMe of PriaeeM Atee Ito^ 
te^Mttg rt a polit 37JK1 f e^ Soatt Ol LyntaraB Hrir- 
a«9, nibrinr t dtetatee erf 777.81 ttfti almg tte West 
rtfo ol M^is AbM ftOBd, ruHriag a dIstoMeitf 780 
font ttam ttt NrattwBKiVU^ Ute, 1^1^ a db^uuie 
of IM fo^ ila a SMdtei^Mivdkm, nmning around 
a rarve tea See^n^erty iHreetion a (fisttM:e t 
ol 6^ fe^, mnlng a iHsttnce of 185 feet in: 
u aa tamim Oinesmt rBmuv a^Witee (rf »3.xi 
li^ tt a Nwttarly AtieUOa aad ra^te a ttstotee ^ 
ttlOJ< »^ iOoaf te SMhara uR»erplM. Said par- 
ett^MiyHll.»aerat.lttltfsraXEB(M>UGR. • 
I. PBWIoB«IL|lef, tad llaiy E.ttliittforaChai^ 
ol taiag Wtim C^odfio^tt firMa.|Uf Rteidratial 
aa^^VJM TTialdaailal DtotrtiA on certatn pr^^ 
toaaMwtteWteiMMtfStlm Itoadbegin^tf a 
tBmt^m»mt Itortt ol snow Mad; Mna^ a dtstece 
ol It.n foal Mong tte WmI side <^Salem Itoad, ninUy 
a mai^m «f W foot more w Mn tfaag tte Nortem 
in^ff^ ttM. rimriag a m^am tiWIM feet^itav tte 

M^MatttiSaHMnayreiir^ ma. sydpantf aw- 
Mk 1 JN urw ttne or tes KBMv£LE B(tt^ 

owa. 

10. ^^^B of Cas^^^M. mg. AteM ia^^ aad Brwe 
Barimor for a Ou^ of ZodmlXafrMClassyicattM 
km S-i CiBtotf*IMMss MMriM to B-2 AmMtfAy 
Baa l BBM n^tet oa eMtela jmn^ toeatod oa Um 
NMtt Ma tt Viri^ifo BmiA Bodavud begtu^ at a 



point 495.70 f«|t East of CMstitnUon Drive, ruuwg a 
(Ustance of 75 feet alM« tte North side of Virgtaia 
Beaeh Bmlevard, runii:^ a distance of aU;74 feet 
aknu tte Eastern pn^r^ Uae, runni^ a dlMance of 
75 mi along tte Norttern prt^erty Um and runni^ 
a disttnce of 2U.74 feet aloM tte Western prtnerty 
Um. Said parcel omtaUis 0.364 acre. BAYSIDE BC«t- 
OUGH. 

11. Petltl<» of YWCA of TWewater Ar^ of Virginia 
for a Change of Zraiag District CUissification from R-8 
Residential District to A-4 A{«rtment District on cer- 
tain parcels located on tlie North side of Cape Henry 
Wve. 

Parcel 1: Beginnbig at a point 330 feet more or less 
East of Kleen ;»r««t, nunii« a distance (tf 290 feet 
more ot less aI<N« tte North side of Cape Henry Drive, 
rmmiag a distance of 240 feet more or less along tte 
Eastern wiperty mit, nmning a distance of 290 feet 
more or less along tte Norttern property line and mn- 
viag a dlstonce of UO feet more or less along tte 
Western property Une^ 

I^rcel 2: B^inning at tte Northeast intersectton of 
Cape Henry Drive and Scallop Road, running a distairce 
of 230 feet more or less alrag tte East side of Scallop 
Itoad, running a distance of 290 feet more (»• less along 
tte Northera pnqierty line, runnii^ a diatance of 220 
feet nore or less aloi« tte Easteni property Um of 
which loo feet is tte West side of Starfish Road and 
naming a distance of 290 feet more or less along tte 
Smdhem ^tiperty line of which ISO feet is tte Nortt 
sMe of Cape Henry Drtve. 

SUd pani^ls conUin 3.2 acres more or less. Plats 
Witt more detaUed informaUra are available in tte De- 
partm«it of PUmUng. (Lynittav«i Siores-Lynnhaven 
Colcmy Areas). LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

12. PetiUcm of YWCA of Tidewater Area <rf Virginia 
for a Change of Zoning District ClassificaUon from R-8 
Residential District to H-1 Hotei^ District on certain 
pnqierty tocated on the South side of Shore Drive te-^ 
ginning at a point 330 feet more or less East of Kleen 
Street, running a distance of 290 feet more or less 
along tte Soutt side of Shore Drive, running a distance 
of 180 feet more or less atong tte Eastern property 
line, naming a distance of 290 feet more or less 
ateng tta Souttem property line and running a distance 
of 180 feet more or less along tte Western pn^rty 
line. S)Ud parcel contains 1.19 acres more or less. 
(Lynntevra Stores Area). LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

13. Petttion of Carl M. Attero, Richard Harold Holt 
and H^tert B. Davis, Jr. for a Change of Zoning 
District Classification from A-1 Apartment District 
to 0-1 Office District on certain property located on tte 
East side of Rosemont Road b^innlng at a point 120 
feet Soutt of 28tt Streeti'^'running a distance of 175 
feet along tte East side of Rosemont Road, running a 
distance of 100 feet along tte Souttem jKroperty line, 
numii^ a distance of 175 feet along tte Eastera pro- 
perty line and ruiming a distance of 100 feet atong tte 
Norttem property line. Said parcel contains 0.4 acre 
more or less. (Pecan Gardens Area). PRINCESS ANNE 
BOROUGH. 

14'. PeUticm of Boddie-NoeU Enterprises, Inc., for a 
Change dt Zoning District Classification from R-6 
Resideiitial District to B-2 Community-BuslMss Di.«- 
trict on certatt pit^rty located on tte East side of 
Nortt Great Nj»^ Itoad beg^ng at a point 560ftet 
,riim^ or less ipih,(tf~Virgtoia Beach Boulevard, run- 

^#li%W^^#««* "«>" or less'alohg«|e*fii«^ 
sm of North Great Neck Road, running a distaiice of 
72.31 feet al(mg tte Norttera pnqierty line, running a 
distance of 434.31 feet along tte Eastera pn^rty 
line and running a distance of 91.71 feet along tte 
Souttern property line. Said parcel contains .77 acre 
more or less. (Point Woods Area). LYNNHAV£:n BOR- 
OUGH. 

15 PeUtion of Grier Johnson for a Change oi Zcming 
District Classification from A-1 Apartm«it IHstrict 
to I-l Light Industrial District on certain property 
located oa tte Nortt side of Holland Road beJEttnlng at 
a point 1220 feet more or less East of Roseniatt Road, 
nmning a distance of 70 feet alm^ tte Nortt side of 

Holland Koad, running a distance of 394.41 feet along 
tte Eastera pn^erty line, running a (kstance (tf 70 
feet along tte Norttera property line and running a 
distance of 394 feet along tte Westera prq^rty Uiie. 
Said parcel contains 0.6 acre. PRINCESS ANNE BOR- 
OUGH. 

16. PeUtion <a Grier Johnson for a Change ot Zoning 
District Classification from A-1 Apartment District 
to 0-1 Office District on certain pnqKrty located on 
tte North side of HoUand Road, beginning at a pout 
950 feet more or less East of Rosemont Road, runnii^ 
a distance of 282 feet along tte North side (d HoUand 
Road, running a distance of 245 feet along tte Eastera 
property Une, running a distance of 275 feet along tte 
Norttem pnqierty line and running a distance of 190 
feet along tte Westera property Une. Said parcel con- 
tains 1.6 acres. PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 

17. PetiUon of Grier Johnscm for a Change of Zoning 
District, ClassificaUon from A-1 Apartment District to 
A-2 AiHrtment District on certain property located 
OB tte North side of Holland Road beginning at a point 
Wi feet more or less East of Rosemont Road, running 
a distaaee of 672.88 feet along tte Souttern property 
Une of which 60 feet is tte Nortt side of HoUand Road, 
nmning a disttnce of 596.76 feet aloi« tte Eastera 
prqiierty line, running a distance of 787.74 feet al(mg 
tte Norttera prqterty Une and running a distance of 
679.22 fMt alcmg tte Westera prc^rty line. Said par- 
cel contatos 10.2 acres. PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 

18. Pettti(n of Rutt H. Cc^en, Bernard KroU and 
Albert A. KroU for a Ctenge ot Zcming District Classi- 
ficaUoi from A-1 Apartm«it District tb B-2 Com- 
munity-Business ZHsMct on certain pn^rty located on 
tte Eut sMe of Lynnte^ Paripniy beginning at a potot 
560.93 fert Nortt of Holland Road, runntog a distance 
of 811.50 feet along tte East side ci Lynteavoi Paric- 
way, raaniag a (^stance of 4(^.50 feet along tte Nortt- 
era pnq^rty lite, ruining a distance of 787.89 fe^ 
along the Cetera property line and runni^ a distance 
oi 322.82 foet along tte Souttem property line. &iid 
parcel contoins 6.9 acrM more or less. (Scarboroutt 
Square Ar^). PRINCE)^ ANNE BOROUGH. 

19. PeUUM of Rutt H. Coh^, Beraard KroU and Al- 
bet A. KroU for a Change ot ZnUng District Classi- 
ficatton frmn A-1 Apartmotf IHstrict to B-2 Com- 
i^iity-BudaMs Distrtet oa par«ts located on tte East 
am ft Bidlttd Road, SoiA of LynntevM I^rkway 
Par^l 1: Buttoning at a poM tiS feet more or less 
Sontt ct Ly^tevn I^rkvnty, running a distance ot 
80.91 ftet aloag tte East sida of HoUaad Road, nm- 
tta% a distaMB of 249.42 fe^ akog We Soottera jHtiper- 
ty UM aad noM^ a disttMettf IMfe^ atoag Um Itortt- 
«rB property Une. SM psr^ is irregular in stepe 
and iKi^ins 0.3 acre. 

ParMl 2: Bediming at tte M»«iMst corMr of Hol- 
tead 9a^ aad Warwi<& Drive, namfog a ittstUM (tf 
Itl.TO foet aloag tte burt skle tf AriteMl Road, m- 
Bttg a <Usteoa^ 533.63 fo^ in a Nortterty tfndtoa, 
nnmttg a dUMn(% of M foet in a Southeasterly dlr- 
w^foB, r^^ a distance iMT ^ feet along U^ Eastera 
frepmtf Um aad nmtfng a dl^a«% ol 545 tet alMg 
tte Nortt side tf Warwick Drive. Said parcel ct^ins 
4.6acrM. n 

Mreel 3: ^sUHing at te So^teart oHMr ttf HcdUad 
ItoMI and WanMk OMk. r«^i« a di^iMe ot tlO 
fo^ atoag tte East site of Hdlnd MM, tvm^ a 
ttMaaee ot 510 foal iloag.Uw SsiMmra |n«perty Um, 
raaMag a dUctoyRo oli^ tm dng tte E^otoaiatv- 
Mfy lite aad ramiag a dtsttnce ot 510 foet ifong te 
SbM Mte (rf Warwtok Drive. SM parcel ^^Am 
2.9 acTM. 

nite Witt more detailed ^irmattM are avalUM tt 
tta DvartmMt of PUuiag. (Scartorou^ Stpmra Ar«i). ' 
RtlNC^S ANNE BCNtOUGH. 



aJ. Petition of PembrtHce Meaitows Assoei^MfM-a 
Ottagt a Zoning District ClassificatlcM ttm A-1 
^^m«it UsU-iet to B-2 ComnuBrity-Msttess IXs- 
trtct Mb Mrtain prqwrty located at tte Norttwist cor- 
ner of BMleprateBM Boulevard and Nortt Wttchdudt 
Road, nnaing a dt^oKse of 319.9) lert akmg tte West 
MAe Bt iHtependwce Boulevard, running a distance of 
^.68 feet along tte Norttera property line, running 
a distance of 28 feet in a Soirtterly direction, nmai^ 



a (Ustanee of 7i.02 feet in a Westerly dtreetton, run- 
ning a distance <^ ^ feet along tte westera i^roperty 
Um, nmning a ^stance ot 234:50 feet ak^ tte Nortt 
side of Nortt Wttchttack Road and running arooKl a enrve 
a (Usance ot 44.61 foet. Said parcel contaiM 2.023 
acres. BAYSIDE BC»UDUGH. 

21. PeUUoB of Marjorie H. Jard for a Cteng^of Zoahi* 
Ustrict ClassiUciUl^ from R-4 Residential District to 
0-1 C^ce Distri^ on certolii prc^arty located 15 foet 
West of First CcOcmial Road be^nnlng at a potait 15 
feet more <«■ less Nortt of WoU^iate Road, ruimii^ 
a distance of 54.35 feet along tte Eastera pnverty Une, 
runnfog a distance of 147.68 ftet along tte Norttera 
pn^rty Um, running a dlsfatiea<^ 90.75 feet along tte 
Western prc^erty Um, running a distance of 125.10 
feet along tte Souttera pnqterty Une and runidng a 
distance of 38.74 feet in a Nortteasterly direcUon. 
Said parcel contaiM .27 acre more or less. LYNN- 
HAVEN BOROUGH. 

CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT: 

22. AppUcaU0B4>f Ocean Park BapUst Church for a Con- 
ditional Use Permit for a church on Certain property 
located at tte Northwest intersedion of Dinwiddle Road 
and Dupont Circle, ruiming a distance of 124.54 feet . 
atoi^ tte West side of Dinwiddle Road, running a dis- 
tance of 118 feet along tte Northern property Une, 
ruiming a distance ot 127.49 feet along tte Westera 
property Une, running a distance of 201.77 feet along 

tte Nortt side ot Dqiont Circle and running around a 



cuPve a distance of 39.78 feet. Said parcel contaiM 
.59 aero. BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

23. .^pplicatton of The Southland Corporation for a Cbn- 
dltt(»al Um Permtt for a seU-service automobUe ser- 
vfce stati(m on certain prc^rty located at tte Soutt- 
west intersectton of Holland Road and Sfaipps Conier 
Road, runnfog a distaMe of 160 feet along tte West 
side of Holland Road, running a distancf of 165 feet 
atong the Souttera property Une, running a distuice c^ 
160 feet al<»g tte Western property Une and running 
a distance of 165 feet along the Nort^ra pn^rty Um. 
Said paroel owtains 26,400 square fMt. (aiin>s Cor- 
Mr Area). PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 

24. AppUcattonof HLH, Ltd., for a Conditional Use Per- 
mit for recreattonal fociUties of an outdow nature 
(steteboard park) on certain property located 264 feet 
more or less East of Overland Road, beginning at a 
point 460 feet mora or less. Nprtt of Princess Amie 
Road, running a disttece of ilO feet atoi« tte Southera 
jvoperty Um, nmning a dl^c^ 9I 236,43 fe^ in a 
Northeasterly direcfibaf, nmiUng.a dis£uM^ ot.jm^J 
fMt ia"B'TlortM«»fc 

' 136.58 tett to amrfltlfester^ direction, running a dis- 
tance ot 157 feet tta Souttwesterly direction and nmning 
a distance of 429.61 feet along tte Westeniprqpaly Une. 
Said paroel conthins 2 acres mora or less. KEMPSVILLE 
BOROUGH. 

25. .Apidicati<» of Creative Displays, Inc., for a Con- 
diUmial Use Permit for two 12 fiiot by 50 foot bUlboards 
on certain property located on tte East side of WUch- 
duck Road beginning at a point 200 feet more or less 
North d Jericte Road, running a distance of 226.87 
feet along tte East side of Wttchduck Road running a 
dtettnce of 200.03 feet aloi« tte Norttera prq>erty 
Um, running a distance of 449.27 fMt along tte Eastera 
property Une, numiag a distance of 85 feet along tte 
Nortt side of Jericte Road, nmning a distance of 190 
fe^ to a Northerly dlrectt(» and running a distance of 
115 feet in a Westerly directton. Said parcel contains 
1.5 iirrM mart^ nr Iars. ^Araaona Villare Area). BAY- 
SIDE BOROUGH. This aH>UcaUon has been wittdrawn. 

26. ARiUcation of Exion Corporation for a Conditional 
Um Permit for an aotomobUe service station on certain 
property located on tte East side of Rosemont Road 
(Pnvosed) beginning at a point 37.54 fMt Soutt of Hol- 
land Road, running a distance of 318 feet more or less 
atong tte East hide of RoMmont Road (Prt^iosed), m- 
ning adiituice of 66.48 feet in an Easterly direction, 
running a dIstanM of 40 feet to a Soutterly directicm, 
running a distance of 52.03 fMt m an Easterly directton, 
running a dlstauM of 332.37 feet along tte Eastera pro- 
perty Um and ruBalng a distance of 144.65 feet along 
tte Norttera propel^ Um. Said parcel ccmtains 1.107 
acres. (HoUand Rose Area). PRINCESS ANNE BOR- 
OUGH. 

AMENDMENT: 

27. Motion of tte Planning Commission of tte City of 
Virgtoia Beach to amend iu,d reordam Article I, Sec- 
tiM 111 of tte Compretensive Zming Ordinance per- 
tatoing to ddinitton of yard. More,4eauled informattcm 
is availalde in tte Dqiartment of Planning. 

28. Motion of tte Planning {Commission of tte City of 
Virginia Beach to amend and reordain Article 1, Sec- 
ticm 106 of tte Comprehensive Zoning OrdinaMe per- 
taining to ^v^ls aiid variances as related to &)od 
pbim. More detaUed intonnatton is available in tte De- 
partment <rf PUuming. 

29. MotiM of tte Planning Commis^M of tte City of 
Virgil Beaeh to amend and reordato Article 1, Sec- 
tioa HI ot tte Compr^i«isive Zoning Ordinance per- 
taining to deftoiUon ot sub^antial ImprovemMts as 
r^ted to flood plates. More dialled information is 
availabte to tte Dqiartmat of Planning. 

30. Motion <rf tte PlamQng Cmnmisslon ot tte City (d 
Virgtoia Beach to amend and reordato Article 2, Sec- 
tioB 232 of tte comprehensive Zraing OrdinaMe per- 
taining to mobile hMne parte as related to flood {^fos. 
More detaUed isSornafion is available to tte D^art- 
nMit of Platting; 

31. MoUoB of tte Planatog Commission (rf ^ Cite el 
Virgliria BeacA to amend and reonfoto Articto ll of 
tte Comi^^beaslve ZodU^ OidiMnce pertaintag to flood 
plato regnl^iou. M<»*e deteUed inforinatton is araU- 
aMe to tte I^iiartmart <d Planning, 

32. Motion of tte Plai^ qMBarisston d tte City of 
VUfinia Beach to am«d and reordato Article 4, ^- 
tioa 401 (d tte Co^^-^iensive Zoning OrdinaaM per- 
talaing to Use R^[datli»s for hmnin care fodUtiM. 
Mm« dMtelM inforau^iOB is avaUalde to te O^art- 
BMBt of PUmBlng. 

33. MottOB of tte «anilng (^imfodMi of ^ City of 
tlrgli^ Beach to aawBd aad rem^ifo Artt^ S^tta 
0»praheaslv« Zo^ig OrdttuM p«rtaMig torUM 
R«riatieM tor iiimmm%S^^,W»o itmoi 
Marmation to avattaM to tte D^MbmI ol Haatfi*. 

34. Mo^m ol tte Plaaning Wmstii^m ot m Cm 
ot Viifiafo B«ach to amwd and i^r^to Articto 6 
ff tte Conprrtmsive Zo^ag Onttnaate pertaM^c to 
Um Rei^tloBS for humaa care fo^ttlte. Mw« M- 
taUed l^teWatiM to awUaM to m DqiartmMft «l 



Pttito wttt mm I^AM 
^i^ittUowi tot amU^ to tte 

AU latere^ed peraoM are tovted to attend. 

MOiTiJ.SaM 

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Elv« away, we wilt run your clua- 
absoliit«ly FREE. Yes. tW's rlj ' 

your ad in our popaUr ntBE BKE 
This is a public service providwl 
' hometown commasity newspaper 

REE BEE atf will reach )ustth« 
pvDpie who will profide a nice home for 
animal. And if it'a sometUBi tlse you 
to give away, your friends and nfAtk- 
wtll appreciate your gtwroslly. So call 
"*"' '0 place your FREE BEE ad today. 




PREE-Part GtrauMl 
herd, • moutfe oM Nmto. 
Gkiod with ehUdreft., Imm 
trained. Call tM-%»1. 

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ismdji tNing which does a 
b\g job at low cost, 
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Free to a 

CaU 543-6488. 



PtirntS - FREE « wka 
old, >wrt toy eoUte, part 
spita. Call 4«4.teM ov . 
tihif 

F^EE KITTENS and eaU 
to • tfood home. Call 4X4- 

iiilifltW. 8 tnj fMnte~ 

tt|jl|l iewy. Call m-mt. 

FWNES- Ready foradi^. 
tl«i May 27tb. Mother U 
poodle.. 4i4<0805. 

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FREE mvies, 5 ^At. tU 
Ra«trto \mn. Siea it 
■MB Wtokm Rd. Cham 



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t, nod lor llriMMid, 
eaU 4<7-ua or 418-0100 

FREE'DogV mind breeds 
6 moa. oM nale. Very 
affoctloMtt, loVN cut - 
drtn. Frw to 8 loodhonM. 
CtU48»-4<8i. 

CtaMlfled Ada deliver re- 
salts. Try one yoartelt«al 

Me... you'll like the low 
cost too. 

TWO DO OS'l lMt tM fMMI 
SMfiwnl, 8 MOBlht old. 
1 male and 1 fMitle. PItEE 
to a |ood home. (^ 4lt- 
4B88. ^ 

BLACK LABRADOR Re- 
triever, 2 yri. Ud, ted 
hia shots. Needs room to 
roam. CaU 545-0761. 



FOIOtnTTEllS -Venr 
rtayM, 6 weeks old. Free. 
Can iMftween 1 p.m. and 10 
p.m. 487-4»3i. 

6 KITTENS- -6 weeks oM, 
all beige or jtiiem, Utter 
trained) and lovaUe. 484- 



FttSS hori* UhMT* foriar- 
4mM. Orwt Bridtw ant. Af- 
t»r 7 i>.m. Can W-Wt. 

E^KirrrfesK 8 

mahs. CaU jji-TSSa. 

nonUL Til teflmna- 
tlM 8*d asMstuiw, CaU 
betwNB i a.m. and 4:45 
t.m. Tetoplote 481-877B. 

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to apxidbuDC^ 
8 eaUN - S47- 



Five' puppies free. Five 
wiafca old, mother Ameri- 
-tfiOM, Mtber Gold«i 
Sptniel. t males 
toma^. CaU 
after t:M week 
tH/i iM aU week-end.. 

M ii»li> ■ I ■ mill . 

ntEB - Femate dog, 8 
mn* old. SiMitt. LftM 






t0mr ff p.m. 



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kitteust Colo^ 
. CaU ««-88«8. 



FEMALE -Cock -a -poo, 
MMad. 18 moKhs old. 
Am to a gdbd hUM, lovM 
ipUKM. CaU 84tf-7»48. 

PKEE to a goodj^ only. 
8 merth glam T i Wq | H fcM 
Mttan, Shots. 487-8980 - 



FREE pnvfy to good 
Male, fi moMha eld. CaU 
488-8tl2 after S p.m. 

FREE to good hotMHlMWle 
p«Bpr 6 noalkt eld. Murt 
Terrier and pirt S^ts. 
Loves ehUdn». tatU->gnod 
watekdof. BloiMe wtth white : 
ibrekaad. ChU 48ff-f8B3. ■ 

KITTEII8-7 weeks old, 8 
males, 1 temalt. WssBad 
and Utter traiiad. CaU 
488-6873, ask t» J^iy. 

* 

VHITE CAT. mals (Bi»- 
tared), 1 ««ar oM, 1 ytUo«_ 
ey« aid 1 Mat eye. Good 
home eoly. 4M-40C4. . 

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ami gift yomr le«t aiM 
home Iv ov aiteals. W»— 
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897-80M. 

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CaU 4M*t01S. 

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back the mU«ff* cowrttr. 
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sSkj AdmlaistratttMi, 400 
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turn tor iiwiflg off big 
Umbaadtettimgaway. 
CaU 482-m8. 

. FREE COURSE • On per- 
sonal effl4ftbacy and 
character traits (or peo- 
ple over il. No obUgaiion. 
Call 428-5231 or register 
at:800«4tk8t., Vft.Baach. 

_i..i-- - -^ -'— - 

BEPCMlE PUTWCi a snokt 
doteotor tor tcw tane, 
sand toi* a study report 
fivug eritleal asstss- 
manU nt the dUtenat 
9kke» iB4>M0d*te. Free 
tram P«Mlc CWMi Re - 
searck Cro«9. 1000 P St. 
N.W.. WasWaitai. D.C. 
10088. 

Pfttt WBAnCRUNBT 
9)^to-tk«<feo«r. auntM 
lotii arok tortetst.lMal 
tll-»)2. - 

MlViuiil-three 8 wka old, 
Utter triiMd,BkartlMred. 
Orasgo aid «Ute,«ni«e, 
bliekaad wMto. nuEE to 
ioodkom».8«-Mll 



FRU1UBS-CMyo«r»df 
mdMkle tor flrewood aid 
Vmku. GaU 488-1448 af- 
toft;H>p.m. ^ 

«E A Bid fV ^AR 

UMLe55\igumjN our 

HBtCAMPdOWttOP 
THtft VtObWOP LIKC 



WHY SUFFER? 
"ProTOkor" 
VUaaUe iaCDmattei abort 
MiaoM MBraestaodtoods. 
HERBAL ma«llMi. Writo 
Pronktr Pr8is.r8l. Ca- 
theilna, 818. OMIrio L2R 

FREE REMOVAL from 
luttk maUiag Usts. Write 
UieDlredMaUMtrket- 
iag AssoeiaUoii, 8 East 
4Srd Street. Mow York, 
II. Y. 10017 andask tor Umir. 
"name removal Sorm." 
ThcT'U get the Job done, 
DO dMtg«... _•..., 



e 



I 




Sivante or hott. 



FlOnMbBr L*irad«r Re- 
tJM«r jmpa. FrM to a good 
; Call S38-0«2. 



. Free to- a 
loSl IqiBf. CaU 420-8444. 

-^ ■■ ■ '■■ ■ — — 

FlEE piqiples. &iaU 
mslhsr is tei«ler. lad 
t|l|r ItaU. CaU ta-9Hl 
"Bp.m. 




t / DACBSRUKD- 
«|d White »— «*«y. 
dhert haired. 7 wetdcs. Fm* 

.to. good hone. 4a-I48t, 
toaly. 



L»m eUldrua, int. 488- 
0484. 

FRSE:Togeodbome:Mls- 
ed brood mmale 
bmrntftn^ Isf 
die HKl eiMkUMt waldi- 
dot. Tory good wtBi ebll> 
droL 8 yn. old. CaU data: 
«t7-44in or Mghta: 488 - 

»". : 

RABB^-WMte doe. CaU 
MiSSL 

il 




I FREE, ail 
oU, part ^ts, part toy 
coUie. CaU 484-^ Mf- 
Oms, 

PAEB-l 1/2 yr. m mtfte 
dog. Wiad breed. M^taB 
site Good pet, Maadly 
ami playftil. Reads good 
V wtth fenced yard, bs 

' ,4zt-a^. 



PREEtoptuM 
Tlrfbiais 
Mrfr poddid 
to sold n«, taMsi^ 
totkesiton. rdinrdatoiid 
shril aid hi eiUtoo aid 
rmtortlaaM. Par kMMiM- 
ttoi « kowtoatontMi 




FREE EYE INPO-Baslc 
ihets ororyeae should 
hMv MMflt eyo caro-ivom 
the Vlrgtiia Society tor 
the ProvcMiOD of Niid- 
Mss. P«r nwr tree copy 
of "Yov ^ tor a Llto- 
Ume of 8lgM" wrtte:Pr«- 
ntt BUidkoss. Boi 20M, 

n. mi8. 



atagwUb a 
rectoee to 



, P.O. 
Va. 



mi f jl fff^ fiflf, g{ 



WrtiK 
1181, 



^^E^ 




486- 



\X PUP-8 mortte. 
Gde«t *Hh ebUdrw: Free 
'to.KoOd hone. 488-7X48. 
• " jseekdars. . . . 

kittens, 6 
tnioed. CaU 

6:00. 

a|lAIL«-good fbr flak tood 
or <i^rium. AskftHrltaney - 
at ri4'7-03SO after 4 p.m. 

f^VATE BREEMR wtil 
0ve free home to wUdevto, 
ht«kaj or any UHa Mt 
WMdeo by owoer. Atooteec 
dkn tor injuredhMa^te^ 
car* for tojnred birte. , 
permit ao. 00084. 
mek at P.O. Boi 
%tt, Chesapeake , Ta. 
238J 



SBEXDfO A GOOD kCMpi 
tor 4 yr. oU tomale 0(* 
brad Gontoi ttmmKt^" 
good didpnaBini>. niMiy 
mo«4ig toIa«itliiMea»- 
nottekeMt.Cilt4S4- 
9UI tor litfHrMttoii. 

piiiii^mwwoA. 

Moda? rt Itttt s.m. at 
Kin LAtM^m. I. City 
MkB Aft., iloftolk. 

■SIKAirriPUL KnTEBS-l' 
3 iMuIos' Md I maleo. 
8 mootkiold. Ilalfsiemao*, 
wtth Siamese maittogt tad 
■otcotars. PREEtoagood 
home. CaU 4S8-8819. _^ 



FilB-Bahir Jars. Most an' 
inator sia», frn smaUJan, 
Good to»M^ Jelly. CaU 
420-8884. 

fHJEt-Moieo. a< ^iPtt^ ~ 
hoSi kHMwd- 
HM40's..AailliM 




doths aid 
CU14S0-SS44. 

ammpin. wuto utty. 

rsmile, it iik»..o»Li 
nttor tnlMd. ^IK to 
geod MNM Ow took Md 
itllbstovoatflnlalittt 



PRRE Uhnnr eUd>«ittt* 
I«8 you 1» M'WP'hooks 
yo« can Nhd: OMho to aiy 
of ow todr ymOau: MO 
Cedar Rood, Cfvie Ceifer- 
Taytor 8o«d ft PoctsttOoUi 
Bled. - Wootira Branch-- ■ 
Poiidttdor ft Doeatur, 
Sooth BorfWk - hMUsn 
Rivor jbrnd ft Sparrow 
Rood Sid Geo. WaslingfoB 
Rwy. ftMUltaryHwy.-Deep 
creek. 

■ I .H J ■*«■■»■*■■■ I ■ iiSi _ II ^ ^ 

FREE-For aUe p eop l e who 
' wait to bioomt BOK able. 
Lean kow Is improve your 
Uto, haddio pnhlont MM 
a^lov* yoir pOtmiUilaoo- 
ceMiailtt.AvaiUbleMow 
to Viiitoto Beach. Stvoo 
kmn packodtoUoluoabie 
date 01 cotomkioafloi, 
puTOses aid goilAiidhow 
to tehieni the m, Wofri- 
vudage otUlis epiioitmfty 
to lean how to diui* oo- 
wiMod o omlUioko hi yMir 
suU'OUMrt. Prao. WUk 
10 flWfcatio, to iktrodMii 
seioM9&g;y. the pUMiMhy 
yeo ohi anly to Uie. Re- 
gister at Mt-ttid Street. 

tM , fitdBtiimjmtf ^-o^^' 

BEAGLB-8 moo., warmed, 
wall, 1st shot. 48MS08. 



BAtlY RABHTS: 8 white, • 
I Hack flitt Utar lOa-m. 
478.|m. Free to food 



BteD A FILM or waakor 
tor your MiitMbmeottoi? 
The Chtoapoik* PohUeU- 



braiy eftontMotragrMu 
on CMltartl altolri. moiloo. 



DOG - 


httlo. 


part 


mai- 




Lovof 


cMldreh, 


(roetoagoodi 


Mae 


484- 


tt08. 






. 



FREE OlFOMIAtfDir to 

ooMidMrs: ArtydhiMM 
to hafo IfMntmiminiimi 
woife dNO? Biy a ear. ap- 
oUaieo or T.V.? (^U your 
Bettor BdotosksBiriahtor 
nyort da Im yon an 
coHidaHtt dnug Mitoaas 
wtik. PIEE fwoUtts on 
agohofes, ap- 



CUTE.wiUaoorikhadRV- 



SBSrt. 8 wfcs. 






EMor old femrie p«rs- 

, Been declawed, ttter 

diatote with no otonr aat- 
-dw* preferred. CaU after— 
t^.«r^dS8-7874, 

WflN8 - Bian AlffUMl. 
MaU and female. Fro* to 
feoed home About 3 m^ 
from Northwest River Parte. 

01;*9C7. 

dkTS - two Uack - ftotM, 
.vwrid like to go as pair.— 

CiU 486-7519. 



YES IT'S TRUE 

Every week adeortison 

get resolto fhim olassUtod 

ads ptoced il ycMrhmistowB 

Rt- 



Mao. Labrador - Corgi 
Eaid. very a 
OM. W-tSS5. 

FREE to good. lOvtogkoMo 




>good.l«viag 
(WLY. PartiMtoJI, I 
neutered, 2 yon. Old, Hw 

had aU ^ 



sooMlkh* to boy or mU, 
have m i spla fedB Otoo t Mafor^ 
teve property to rml. M 
a c3a«tflod ad to Ods wwi- 
papor prove tto ablUty u a 



I 



E KITTENS 
.SOO. 486-4558. 



GRAY KITTEN - Free to 
£0od heme. 3 mosths M. 
Male. 487-7008. 




3 mootlii, w^n- 
1st am, m- 



KITTElfS - 4 gny Utar 
stn^iped. I Mack, Avail - 
able, Joae 17 afltr woad- 
tM, am Gory PaUortoa. 
«7-4li. Daytime. 

PUPPIES-5 weeks oM, mo- 
ther is ngistsrod Use 
merle coUJo, totlor oa- 
kK>wi, Papa bokMkdsrti* 
aad*Utoeelliif.Adofttl« 
Free to good hooM. 547- 
3874. „ 



Lovable, tratood, veiry to* 
teUifert. WooW jprafsr 
eo^ withoM chUdna. 
CaU 422-4197. 

PttB: S Uttoas, male. ' 
ma, swy aadj^k^l 
wWt., to (Old bbbo. 4S8* 
om altor l;dB woahdayt. 

law ■ utoiim i ■ Hi ly * f ■ II -^ 

YbutSVAOM-lsn, body 
ehaasU, trso to 



CiU allar 5 p.m., 4S4- 



PCMALE 8IBERIAII Baaky 
froo to food kotoo. Bsads 
Iota of room, baesd yard. 
4S4-ltSS. 



wihoitol Plate 



3 IPEDGERMAI 
berA. Female - # ' 
oW Can after 6 p.m. 5«- 



FXEEkltteaft 
BoO MiU Rd. 
547-4S3S. 



US7 



^EE - T*t) ratt. Ctoe is 
'.oiid bill k female. ^ay- 
other is a aMi vMt« 



>«« Vwry lovllit: iMM, 

.fi- roople p^rtvrred. 

:-S26esflart^m. 



KTriERB - Tory pretty. 
Gnat Bridge area. 4SS - 

WL 

DOG - Part kadky, part 
torrtor. AdonM» malt. \ 
rr. oU. Ti 



thibwn 

^aiMg to toe C raat 

BSMklos, ta Dprtai or 

ailttaM. Wrtte AArtUe 

•Ctember of COtomarce, 

WU, Ashtvttto, N. C. 



sad 

pwdaeto oid aor- 
vleea. CaB yo«k. Bettor 
BaslMss Barww 4 930^ ' 

5«Sl.TelMNMhaa»«.N 
- 4:00 ifiaday - Friday. 

PRtBTOAQdOOBOMI. 
Two dogs-iKrt dUiisltoa 
sMdahermafc - aador 1 
year old. 484-5448. 

GOTTA GitPKT? T|» 

»• Batter Baaiidas 
a to afdipod toaa- 
aist yoa wtth yaar eoa - 
samor pnblaaM. CtU 8t7- 
8«SI (8.-iie - *M) Moadiy 
• PHdiy. Tdtl a» >«ar 
probtoms. If woeaatMp 
yoa. wt wtil alther trtl 
yoa why or ndar yoa to 
proper agaaey whoeaihalp 

ATTEBTIMIIIt fadastrtal ~ 
aad eaaatrarttoa Arms, 
haaltaf «( an aonp 
BodMd laMar to be 
tor tho parpoao Of 
424- 
4878. 



PREE-^ecisi- 2 t**i olU 
story hoar at Chesapeake 




■ad 
..«d 



sterr hoar • 

HlMttr* 



« Library to 
EvefylW- 



DOMT PAY lor h. v^ It 
free at the Baadaartert 
Cbeeapeako MNK Ll- 
hnry: origtoalpWtagsby 
loeal arttate, Ronywood 
movfos, aad icalpbuw to 
dacerate yoar hoao. We 
also havr IdaSHf Btm ln>- 
tortoaU r- *- ' 



raBri- 



I7M. 



PXBf harao «»».» 

CCII4tl-»48. 



klltoas. «»tei«iB*aeMt. 
8 wts. odd aad aaad good 
Bl Call: 4I8-3W«. 



it^iflg of idQM^TlMbe 
items kn free aad avail- 
able to the pabUc tor use 
at elsb moattogs. For to- 
tormMfaM 00 hot td dbtala 
tUs material, eeotoct toe 
Red Cms at e25.8?>l. 

FOR A FREE aOOiCLET 
00 autonobito lAootto taa ' 
deducttoos thathetadodta* 
forroatioB o» otila BwoliM 
and sales taios, write the 
American AotooMhtta As- 
aoctalloB. 8111 :„ _ 
Rd, FaUs Chnrcft, V«. 
J 2042. 

BEAT INFUnON, atch 
op with the Jooesea. .Pass 

toe Jooeses by stairttog 
your own bank. DetaUs 
FREE! Write: The Bank- 
mt. Box 6869, San Jose 
85180 

MEED A oommoaity othded 
spkaker fot> yoar civic 
grav? Call 480-8811 bo- 
tveoa 8 a.m. aad IS aoon. 
Moaday thiWMb >rMa», 

FREE SfOBY ROUR-lor 

children to help work- 
iog parents, for dUidren 
ages 3 to 6, OD Wadnes- 
days at 7 p.m. and S^r- 
days «t ua.m. Chesapedke 
Heedquarters Library in 
Greet Bridge. 

REMOVE RUST SPOTS 
FSOM CBROME. Try 
datoMMd alttaimato toU. 
ftubaa«eta«KUtha«aal 
dtoanMra. Thla wi|w dry 
wito a soft eloto. Rood 
» craftamaatorsmanjbba? 
Look to todays Claasltied 
Ad< ' 



Five FREE U8T ot homo 



homo ap- 

rUls-«yde 

oosts (panhaoo prldo plos 

owrgy coatV. for ft 



pUaacaa dithlovl 

■ ■TChaoo J. — ^ — 
eoaty. for yoar 
eopylo «GS& Llft-Cyeto 



el kjiiito^^tiiT, 



writr 

OfBco of 

fain, Wkshlmtao 

ttttL-I - 

Saitar-styltog 
sataWltoahS, 



AS- 

D.C. 



oaito. 3 
eto. CaU 



BEUETB rr OR MOT: 
FREE, auto (pan to^ 
AFGAH dog. mt yaan 
bhf. Outstudlag appear- 
aaoo, ku booasbow%add 
vary good dliyidittnii. 
Family la vary ooitoanad 

be pkeod to. For hta weU- 
befSB, ht mttot bo to a 
botoa wiih a largo-, foocad 
to wn That, aad k lot 
ot iONt aad. ho eaa be 
yoant QriB 487-16SS. 

ROBEttt BffLSY aar- 
Kaew'lii«toaoiMa£te(^. 
(toaai -Meaf^lJMai 
Ugh pettods»low pit lads 
aad yoar aeddini jroao 
dan. FREE BROCimiES 
tdU yoa low to got 6om- 
jMl ertaad - peno aatiaad 
Btorhythdi toncaato. A- 
mhsiagly aeeante. Wrtto 
tor your FREE BRO^ 
CBURBS to : Rflbort R. 
R^ey, Inc. P.O. Boa 188, 
GotfvUle, NY 14088. 

FREE GAMES - to 
oaL Pit, Probe. 
8ca^ Backgamaii, 
Bromi Mtmiv 
CMaa,Rdtbtri 
maay mon at i 
Baadqokrton Library, 
Groat Bridge ChUdrea's 




LOOtaMJ FOR A BDP' 
PALO roast? Oraalaklno 
ooaveattoa? Or maytea 
towMag of tho toahttack- 
Wrd Fodiflitifld7Pfi|doat 
vhat'a ' ItanMtaiE Ja 
Alheriea by.'caUUf thU 

iS86.tt'sttotoariat'sttnL 
foitod frlsttd. 



FOUR diisod broad pcndod 
Bigtt Wfdks^tdd. Aayota 

Mid. 



aayltoi* M IBMKato^rtBo 

Rd. 



FREE F»EWOOD - to 
retuTB tor sawing oft big 
Umb 818 hauUig away. 
CaU 488-1118/ 

lOXai BREED tMhdIt 
popplos. ParthBAMT.aof 

.CaUVa-STOS 



FREE cato, blaek aadaldta. 
SmaU. Proa to good iHMia 
wftfc ao cUMrmi. «M-4084. 



ahipkaSrBott 

tematod. 8 weeka old. Call 

4*8-1018. 



dog. C8d Bo ator' 
ir3r 



DOC - Part terrier-part 
peoiUo. Small , 8 yn. 
<dd Free to oe^oat 
kome. 840.5480. 

f|Ut»- Ldbtddor «MHk 
•«ar, S ytam oM. 4taad 

a, asoda a good kone. 
14i|-|8M 

FREE CHILDREN ACTI- 
VrriES-Story aad to0*lM, 
craft days aad puppotskows 
CaU CMUron Co-ordina- 
tor, Peggy Forehead at 
547-88«. . ^„ 

I vary oaloloaghain4p»- 
ptos. 4 dfcs. AdsnMo 
8 week old klttoo. 



oraage 8 

5471872 



FREE: Uvaly, hsaltto 
eats. Bavo Ihrsa, 1 yr. ola, 
2 yr. old, aadldwdit 4 
rear old. Take one br take 



;ss aa oat-of 

vt»tmi| 
»> -hoadfoakd 




tor flto pncUee 



itfPodlat 



atry. 



mCAM. 



4218B. bdlaaRtvsrJI^ 
CkoaaaMke, Virgtoia 
484*4tt« 




FbU tUno wctTk. 

n - a-.so to »■ 



I openings for immediate 

— '•■*eat Hostosa, 

(pMrloaeidpre- 



FREE GALS, of purities 
waMM^Coato eoctostbn. 

OtMrilmdr*. 4it^S48S. 
Fret WUor ovalaation re- 
port. Wo wUl analyst your 
watdir aad teU you how 
wkttr polIaUooafftctsyoar 
tottily. 481-5485. 

3 )R. OLD MEDIUM sue 
dog mixed brood. Female, 
ipayed. AU skoto. Long 
raddtsh browa hair. Loves 
Cdtdoon-aoeds ^rd. Lik- 
es ohtldrea. CalIS43-itl9' 



TWO vo' ^ Aiayra uKenii 
6 weeks old. Wotoed. WUl 
dtUvor fbr yoar approval 
if witoto roasoaaUo' dU- 
taaoo. Free tood aid Ut- 
ter bos. CaU 547-1475 after 
5 p.m. 



AUTO JUNK-We b«y Jtmk 
iutos, tncks, bnses.Call 
428-8197. 

mi^iiSmStSSSmmm 
LOST: WELSH CORGI, 
male. Lost Chesaplao Col- 
ony ara. No ooUar. Big 
ears, short lege, ao tail 
btacfc, white, tan in color, 
Aaawen to name: Nipper. 
Reward: 340-S8S8. 



lag antnbpcs at mau: 
start imTn»!tlat»ly, com - 
piete a gMinni- 
eed ea> .-> details- 
Parker, Boa 
peake. Va. I 

MAID: Toes, ft Fri. 5 
hoora, 12.50 sa hr. rel- 
enaeos, own transporta- 
tioa. 547-5'^^' '"'■*'"' 
Bridge arts 

REDECORATE lUUKflome; 
Ean money! Be your own 
own boss! Opportunity for 
advaieeflMmt! PartTtmeor 
FuU Time. CaU 467-1874 
anytime. 



1^ 




1978^1!PFf/9. Moving. 

IIUST SELL! $3875. 547- 

31S2. 

CAPRICE. 1970. GoodCon- 

dltion. Power workst 1800. 

484-5924. 

MERCURY: Moatego 1971. 

$550, needs work. 463- 

1609. 



BUBBERMAID PARTY PLAN 
Needs demonstrators. Pari 
or fnU tlmo. No ebUee^tog, 
no packing, no dellverv. 497- 
2589, ask for Linda Thoreo. 



Kvailahie witii lance m- 
tloool company. 



$720 



MOBthl; 

Rapid advancement, on-joo 
traialng, paid vacation. 
beoetUB. 



I 



PORTSMOUTH 
NURSES REQ»TERY 
IS NOW OPEN 

24 Hour atrvlc* for all 
TIDEWATER AREA. 

RN, LPN» Aids, A Cortlflod 
HofiMiMKors* 

1102 Freedom Avenue 

Portsmouth 
487-3176 487-9185 



PUPPIES - Cock - a -poo, 
mlMd brood, free to good 
hwat. 4S7>0185. 

SEARS EZMMOREwashtr. 
Maada vortc oa tlidor. Yon 
ptek i(. CklI488-19U. 

cup (Ms sdaadbrlH to 
ll«70t» Flea Market and 
recofve froo tand ndsiag 
booklet. 

■ ifci>M iihiiiii »aiii ■« *»■■■»> I wi ■■>M- 

FUSE To a good home: 
Coek-a-poo - Black male, 
1 yn. old. Moving. 410- 

9505. 

thIAT's mtostog to nU- . 
' a? Han eharehes aad 
loft you cold? 
tree artiele. 
)to"Word"Miwaih- 



FULL OR PART Ume-unus- 
usl opporhmtty tor maa or 
womaa, interoctad to extra 
tooome. To arnagt appoint- 
meat phono 4M-5908. 

WANTED ~ PART TIME," 
$3-00 hour to telephone 
business firms. ExctUOnt 
for home makers wlthpre- 
school age chiHro. Write 
Atoddto Color. Ird ft Broad 
SUeet, Flortaco, NewJer- 
sey 085M. „ 

BELP WANTED - Insur- 
anco saiha, ao daUt, aeed' 
sates psoplt todUag tor a 
rtvmrdiBt earatr wtth oat 
of Um largtr tosaraoce 
companies to America. 




'76 DODGE DART: Swift- 
er fi^oeial. 8 cyl. i-tvtti 
O.D., 80-18 mpg.PJSI.,dtoc 
brakes, trim puduge, rad- 
to, goM witti gold int., 
14,000 miles. 8 months old. 
11900 firm. (N.A.D.A. list 
-4198. 



18,400). 481- 



DODGE-Masl Vaa, 1971. 
tuitte top. tuUy iMtalatad, 
rooTitop camper air-eoa- 
dlttoaav, S/B aatomatto 
traasmlssian, power sto- 
eriwaad brakes. $1,000. 
484^145. 




1970 OLOGMOBILE - 4 
dBor.DdtoH, 



WBTvr 

It YoorsoU* -Job Seeurita^ 
ta toes* oocorto^ ttoiel? 
Loeal Amway distribotor 
wUl show yoa how to got 
It Witt protltabte part - 
-time bttstoeas of yow own. 
Phono BiU G<dden, 483-; 
1887, or come tor presen- 
tatiao-Mqnday al<Ms, 7:45, 
Shenton ton, MUitary Cir- 
cle Tervaee Km. n. 

''Bbkii6R|£S8 WAHT- 
ED m tBK AHEA: Men. 
wonun, stadoato. Nofx- 
ptrlance aaeoaaary: stat- 
llig ftadreastof anvMopes. 
( Comaittatoa maUon). 
fan aaaretlBomoaay st 
^""^ pOp.OO weekly poo- 



Icouldh*t^ 
live without': 
Amway. 




4 ftfffftit 
n.n5i 




to -4 






*:: 



SHOOT STRAIGHT .-^ 
Shoot straight tor Miyeilk;''^ 
seUers, rentera. flndoi^''^ 
Use dassifled ads to yo^r' ' 
community newqiaper torn''' 
toe target ot potential aro^^p 
pecte ta your nelgkboiW)?. 



MAKE SMOKCY a word 
tkat tooaaa a triM near- 
by. Hdk> drive erooks 
eraa* I For trot moadhsr- 
sh^ tdftirmathm wrtto: 
m m f Bear 1, CB Poaao 
■iKkplrtan, UOO NE 
USttSU Mtaml. Fta. 33181 

(MB WAY to. fluko a tree 
kag dtaAaaet telophooe 
mU: mi 8dQ«MS-imtO 
Itadddt if the party yda'n 
eaUlhg has tt«dl-firtt(800) 

amahw. .. 

PUB FUtoongntostor 
Udh it OnaTlleek, Wia- 
daitf Woods sad Vti^ 
Beach bvahch Uhnitoa av- 
ery Satardur ttoratog. 
Coidthet M04887 for too 
torttatlon oa tUm tittea. 




BK} MQMEY nalU* aai« 
8&I0S Ipltanr. Oonliani-^ 
raatfo ttwo a i w dtea. Rash 
seU addnssod stanmed on- 
to Pa^TlMM 
IHf., cnesapeaMi' 



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ktA 



l » 06 MH Iattoeo 



DAVID L. KAISEB D.D.S. 
takes greet pteaaan to 
anaoaactag tkat FRANK A. 
JOmroil, D.D^., wUi 
btnattar be asaodated 
with him ta the practtce 
ofdentstry. 

Office Houn 
OaUy " Enntags - Sat. 

408 S. Parlitoant Drtve 
Va, Boaek, Va. 

(KiwpttUte area) 



CAMERO: 1970. 6-eyl., 
straight. sOdL, Good Con- 
CAPRICE 1870: Good con- 
dttton. Powor works, load- 
ed wito power. 11000. 484- 
5984. 

M70 GTO - Air cood. • 
AM-FM - radio. Power 
steoitog sod bnkas-aato- 
matte. Fair CondiUim. 
1700.00. CaU 482-1498. 

LOiCOLN CONTOrENTAL: 
1966. FnUy eqai|wad, very, 
good condition to and aid 
and meckanieaUy. $550 
Firm! 481-3073. 

CADILLAC: 19l5 WUte 
Co«e DeVUle, rod velwt, 
latertor. Immacalate , 
losdod. CM owaor, $6300. 
881-8888. 587-8080. 

CAPRICE 1970: Good Con- 
ditloo. Power works. ^00. 
484-5914. 

1968 MG Mn)GET~Con - 
vertlhte. Haw trout TirM, 
eumat tositoCtiOQ stti^er, 
Poncho aoato, good con- 
dttloa. 1800 negotiable. 
484-10" 



>«nr being 
our rofistntioa 
dfsk and ston. Andy be- 
twion 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. 
Mondaf through Tharadsy. 
R^Mav laa Tnv-L-Park. 
Pao^ tor oataidt aaata- 
tenanct work; also part- 
time ptobaU madttate. 
10» <ieaml Bo^lM., 
Vh. Bonek, Vs. 



i: 



WIDE CHOICE 
For a wide choice of bay- '!,:\ 
ers, renten, workers to;, ;' 
your aetghbornood. asa tow.a, 
qost dassifled ads ta ydi|£^ 
homdowa newapaper. QeT"" 
resiflto quick! *."«." 



aVu-sAaU 
F^ toatfl^ dwnad com- 
pUH^ta«qmM|l> Va. 
nM(MMoUte:^rt- 
ttm»' ooanMaais a e ad s d .. 
p^MdUf to tan 1100- , 
Sim CoaMijMon nUes. 
SMd^aaatof adOnaa. n^ 
teUiftoae - wuMt -to: Bos^ 
1£E7, Cyo Otosi^eake 
Pint. GMuehlM; va., 
£MHL "aBaU tovestmetf 




m^ 



AiSO aaothtr tocome-maa- 
agiag yohr owa distribn- 
tonnip. Anont with am- 
Mtioa eaa do it. We traln- 
4M-58SV 

BUMMAtohSALE -Lyna - 
lana Optlmta Ctadi, Sat. 
aad Bm. iuat U aad 11, 
U a,m. to 4 p.m. Haygood 
Awnptag Cettor , ladaptn- 
dtootBiwd. 



li^toe 
I firms eager 
' and 
Ito: 
kYMt. Dvt>CC. BOK 
■8. Chawbon, N.C. 



ROUCB CAPE ft 


FAST 


wltfc OoBaaa luaeto ft B- 


VAP "water sfils". 


Wet' 


lenDnm. 





DnrrrAnoMPMBiDB 

Via di KM CoaatncUoa 
Compiip laaor. wiU n - 
eaiva aaatod Hdi tor sab 
eonlnet wotfc tomdvod to 
the aawasB MtoPlag sta- 
ttoa tor at lis? Ana 
PtaM D. dly of Vlnuda 
BmicfceaJ«MHttratl».to. 
daytlgtt nvliBk tUit. 
rndoa iamlfdd laeiadt 
.aaaoary. rooOag. aloetri- 
.«al, gradtat. ad mdlag . 
Bids sMd bt deUvared 
to SIM Favtar BaU Drive. 
WofteltV* 

VOflMG PIANO Strviet- 

"- • " " oprifM pta- 

We buy ft 

me. t rebuiU. CaU 

lti-ft383, Box 1571- 

Va., 11905 New 

AbeaeSts. 



OLDBHOBIU - 1973 Cw- 
tom endaor wagoa, ttxXm. 
air, AM-PM mi«o. C^aa. ; 
IMOO. 418*1400, 415-8179. 

■ w n diii— ato^i^mwnuMt^n— ei iHi rt'j i 

. 1974 MUSTANG D: 2 plu 
2, V-6, 4-q>eed. AM-FM, 
ttated tfass, OKOoUeateon- 
ditioB. tSSOO aagottahlt. 
4M-a88. 

BUICK LTD, 1975, i^t 
blue wito wuto laodao top, 
air-eondiUeaed, sU power, 
Ult-wheel, cndae control. 
Cusotto deck, Uke now, 
Qrtoinal owner. 15,875. 
Cay 541-9874 after 5 p.m. 

1975 - DASBER - 16,000 
milts, like atw, automatic 
fhctory air. 1 door coupe, 
rod wtth whitt interior, 
sacrifle«t.,kt 11,800. CaU 
411.1895.' 

7-Traok»rTnrtlara-Jfto 

■VMtoMHtototoMiHaSMa 

l970 Chevy C-40, horst/ 
catUe van, 1 1/t ton, load- 
ing ramp ta roar. Bolds 
4 or mon borsaa. May be 
seen at 1717 RoUand Rd. 
CaU 58?-«7f 

FORD: 1971 PICKUP, 
stntott sttek, IM aagiat, 
AMtTm tidto aid tape - 
dedc, rod wtth ratohow da- 
eals oa side, white wagoa 
whed rims, 10" 00 back. 
8" on front, wito whtto 
latter wide tins, camper 
■heU. 11719. a2-3H4. 



Ambitious? 

44^!^^ aad rtwmHag 
Atomwe mmntonM a- 
wd^ toe snit-dtottvded 
aad nlas orteatad pttwon 
ihsiwean 



Shad nsMit MuMdtotdy> 
Wt«flIbakl^«l0dHil 
waaageti, aHa Hua«tn 

■ad sAMipaaiit .' to toto 



Ob' aiteaslvttntoUigpro- 
Icnm WUl ronlt to im- 
■HtfiMto Cfj^in'taBlties te- 
i^eaiil^. 



Mr. W. 0. tarns 
Vtoa-Preaidaat 
dSdW.BnadSt. 
nekMBd. TIrglita 1111 
•08-881-5818 



Puttinf your 

advertiKog 

meistfe 

vnieto tile 

iwdersare 

tothe 

tfteotive 

wmrtoget 

iwiulti. 



MB^TI 



i 



rTER Rigb 

school girt (WUdwood Sec- 
tion). 3 days a week, own 
tranatortanoB required. 

" liABnirTLACi'' ~ 
rm daaatMl adetiqa of 



yoar I 

esseattaUy thabaUtttaboard 
aad markat piaeaof theeom- 
marity. R toeataa toe ta- 
torotttd cattoaatr as no 
othar atvertlatog eaa do. 
THs ta booaaaa tbe eu- 
toman ta yoaraaHMinihnnd 
ton to ttk etaadUlad pagaa 
sadaaardioattttadvortlae- 
tor what be or she 



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1971 I7». LUaiAPT OJMM 
fUhortoSB, eanttr coos^ 
speedomoter, tooomes 
comiiMt- 19 BF Evttrtnv 
with 40hw. r i m a l a g ttme, 
Mumy boat traUar^ 
Uke atw e«dttloB. 11700 
197-70C 



■JSEtSiSBL—— — — 

PART TIME SALES AND 
DtUvtry; Part ttate Per- 
aieaaat paonte waated to 
dMtvtr stooaadattrckan- 
dtae. Use yoar owa vahicle 
No week-ends. PaM oa per 

"op baste. Ideal tor re- 
-ett aadthoatidto school 

'AUdreo. Call lor aa a|h 
poinlment: 617-1811 or api 
ply to parioa: UO8 Tide- 
watar Or. Eqnal opportua- 
''T Eaploy* 



Ifyou'it 

tooUniipr 

an sffieoiHfe 

vMytoMlf 

tomethhig, 

toekto 

aotifledl 



(Muittdty 
toptoeayoMr 
kMM-^tttd. 



547-4571 








HOLSON 
LERSWANTP* 

Vmalf, « 
■otu Drodi. 
laerchandise mw uJ^- '"" P»«:«sjng. 







NORVIEW KAHE COIN' 
Norfolk's most complete, 
buy, cell, trade. Buying 
silver coins. 42 Southern 
Shopping Center, Norfolk 
«53-8na. 



Rinc- ladles diamond sol- 
itaire. Platinum setting. 
Center stone 3.85. Side 
stones, .20 eacb. Ap- 
praised In 1975 for 
»11,550.00. Price-$7,200. 
Call 489-1748 or 423-7113. 

«-G»odTMgsloEat 



Why do I 
circulation 



wymwn 



4 




aOAMveeted, 






aavMip M 



trtHievMT 



WwMlm^i Fanns 

6rattlMd|e 



If yffii knmv »Nneone who wanud to buy 4ie item 
you ham for ale^ you wouldn't need to run an wt at 
rit. But since you do iwt kmm w^ ik in the mmtiet 
fM^ any pyticular item on any given day, the greater 
Mixture your ad gets, tfie greater your chanMt for, 
a ^id( sale, ^r circulati<»i works in your advantage 
in puttii^ your advtrtiring mets^ into tfie hands of 
over See.OOO f an)ilies. 



You'll IW it te tasy and te»(pensi« to advertise with 
Just aril tha nun^Mr shown below. We wilt 
you word your ad for imximum response. 



us. 
help 



By «rly Publications 

847^571 
486-d430 



NOS OP MACHINERY 

' wttb Classified 
7-4571^ 

41-Ort-Of-Twni tor Rert 

OLD NAGS HEAD N.C. - 
Waterfront, 2 bedroom, 
bleeps 8, no pets, $125 
June, )150 July and Au- 
just per week. 487-5457. 

U'tw fcle Vt. Betel 



LAUREL COVE: IMMACU- 
LATE 5 bdrm., 2 1/2 
tath Col^ial M cul-de- 
sac. Ftrq^ce, DW, t% - 
Mgent(»>, di^ooU, storm 
lAdows and doors, lant 
yard, fiwUy paMM. 420- 
3979. 

■■ . . . ' t ■ 

WEBLW PLAGE: Mt. Ver- 
wA-rtylfftow^w. 3&]rm., 
2 I/t Mbba, trnj carpet- 
ed, sei^ned porch, stove, 
DW. diqesal. UtUl^-room 
with crtn shelves. By own- 
»i\4M*<S2Q. 

URCBWQOO-By tamer. 2- 
Stoif M large wooded lot, 
many eibras. 340-5436 
after 5s00 and week-ends. 



M-F«r 






CRABS - Uve, bj bosM 
or doHo^ q^oMte Airte 
SeafiMd RMrtaumt. 1^^ 
SBitt.340-5m. 

HINT 

DO NOT use iodised salt 
In making pickles — it 
df rk e na MMt^tt . 



»*hummGu*m 



TOP 



rich, 



UwM, loamy sand and till. 



RETRIEVDl 
Black, AKC re- 
ertd« Mtstudbig Utter 
dimplon ytock, 340> 



ffi 



I $: 



|)le^ - rare, black 
ird, 9 weeks old, AKC 
Rttjstered, shots/ 
wol'jned/clipped. HOO 
eta: Call 857-4080.23 

'nlBrS ifO}IEY WORRIES 
ifm to btlp .sdw ,1 



OPKN DAILY lOtflO A.M. 'TIL 8:M P.M. 
Beantlfol Brlek Ranek . 



KINOi 




mOMKB 



PRK:BS BEGDI AT 131,000 

Optional: Garage, FlrqilaM, Central air. No Down 
Payment to Veterans. Only I^N) total cash re- 
quired of Veteran Porchasers 

LoeaM titf)l9 Creek Blvd. 

l/t mUe nerib of Military Hwy. 

AinfT aisnucfioii > realty ax m- 

mmmmBmm 



ey {wvcriwl IM oitMiflad 
ad* 111 ywir hoaMto«n«ew8- 



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s 



SOIL - ^ak, 
loamy 
CaU 587-9077. 

LI "" f -L 

EASTERN Lawn A Tree 
Senriee tor yotar lawn- 
hadge-tree needs-Call Mr. 
H^nray «0-S9l9. Free 
written e^mata. 

WHAT'S HAPPENIMG in 
Viq^nla fieaeh? Keep iq> 
Witt Qie bonetown news 
,«ith t subacftptioii to flie 
Viigltfa Beach 0tnr. See 
the lla^ of aU tte stores^ 
where yen cu purchase 
tba SUN (M- hav* a s^- 
scrtpticn maiMd to your 
home. CMy $7.00ta year. 
Call 486-3430. 



FDflSHED OFFICE IAtS 
Cedar Rd. A Albemarle 
Dr. 7 finished otQce sites 
1/2 at^each. Water, sew- 
er, op A totter included. 
Adams McCave A Lester. 
- 490-2791 

GREAT BRIDGE-HaU Han- 
or. 2 story 4 bedroom, 2 
1/2 btth. 2000 plus sq. ft. 
of Uyttg ar«i. By owner. 
156,006 Vo agents please. 
547-8086. 

CHAMPION-Townline. De- 
Inze, like new 3-bdrm., , 
1 1^ baths. c«rtral aiTj.. . 
wall-to-wall shag carpet, 
no-wac tUe in baths and 
Utcheo. Can remain <m lot. , 
14000 and asstmie balance. 
,487-1066. 



COLLEQtPAFHC 



MDIWURE WIRE RAW 
n a miwrt - maie.^ftey' 

- — ■■ ■ 
B&AGLE PUPS - 3 mos. 
oil. .Exeelltit afeoar j^ 
sp«|t, dkamploii sired. 
Sin^^ Dam on premises. 



m 



- Yamaha, with 
00- w-ffio. 




BOTTLES 
bttteeoooB 



rCASh 

^ soaasy...«ih^rttstUK 
tUifta you no longer need ta 
thaf«lMillU« cotfUut ef 
hoaiatown newapper,, 
iB ftradically no tlaif at #11, 
in your Baiglnfllpvd'' 
wiCkaow wfeat yea have to 
Yon're on tlw raad to 



cash.. 



wiU 




,Y's AMTKiUE SHOP 

daily. 3»>4 B^h m. 

mouth. All tj^ies of 

cut glass, cUna 

teUy. SSM SigbSt., 

' All types o< 

oA glass, chiniu 

tsr». itaaiiuaw^srl 

Master Ctatfft. Call 

027. 

IQUE CAMNOM BALLS 
m MorioUt water- 
$2s wA. m W. 

a. 423-5176. 




NEW3-BE0R00M 
REAL HOMES 

•30,950 



Over 1.40D Sq. Ft. of living space 
Your own Iwid on 4 sides 
Ctrpeting, 8Mr-<»nditioning, & 
apfiliances included in price 
Privtte Bath & Tennis C\\h 
See Aimi«hed models 



IPSWICRTOWNVILLAS 

COLLEGE PARK 

VirglsU deaeh/Chesapeake, Va. 

Take 1-64 to todias Riwr Rd. Interchange, r> *«^ 
1 sAf t». Mlm PMt ^^rance at Proi^iettce Rd. 

AftttP«F|^. 

424«9678 



Carolyn Grtffln. Sales MaMip HlaMS tt4-«i2 



Loans 



NOTE and AUTO 



# 10*i 



'•lO? 



#4M»M » 



County 
Finance Co. 



LOCAav 
OWNED 



482-3381 

Ml BATTLERELD BLVD 

Wll SON 

SWJPIMNg'LKNTEK 



HIKT 

Oat of cake Dour? Use 7/8 
cup all purpose ]^eg«lar flov 
and 2tid>}espooasc(»nstardi 
to equal 1 og cake floar. 



Wk7 



Mne, 



lamps, 
$150.00. 543- 



a}inMTK»IER-21,000 
. «fBdMnM,pM«4W, 
lee 1^ ^15, 497-lMS 

rA^ER: Wbta-lpoot, 
Eloattcsort^Ue,good 



APPLIANCE HALES 
Advertise in the 
Seetim. CaU 
l?-4571 tor an ^-wrtter 



- m$ riM, ti^ 
i.'fead vtfiM h^- 
ird. |l»$.0O, Mw dooUe 
attress, Ibundatloa aad 
91S0. Traadle b«l 
Buttresseis $130.00. 
81-474 

-«.Waita< T> Bf 




LOCAL}TOUCH 

No other mhttm is bcwnd 

q> wttb ttie ehrerytby life ot 

your commnnity more tiun 

your hometown newqjmer. 



COWmR: 1976 24' i 40fj 
many eitrasi Pay equity aad 
assume. Most see to ap- 
I»w:iate! 48S-5013 - 487- 
M28. 

NORTH CAROLINA: Car- 
rttvck Co. Belle Isle large 
caul front lots; Pqdar 
Branch 1/2 acre lots 1/2 
mi. from public access to 
sound; Bertha 58 acres on 
VS 158. All property 
placed to seU. 919-453- 
»91 




"tiaMiisRagMar 
COIRiMTDLATIOlfS 
MajSliMVolame 
|180»000l i I 
IMnids has bead associated 
with ua iat only 1 ynr 
but already is a million 
doDar awud winner and 
baa ree^ved the distliy- 
uished salesman award. 
His sales volume year to 
date has already m«ie him 
eligiUe for the miUion 
dollar dub again this year. 
So caUBennis, a real pro- 
fessionl, for' your buy- 
ing aiM! selling needs at 
547-U15 or 547-4555. 

ncwdldlnc. 
flMritors. 

SSi ieimsiMm Rd. 

Cheoqpeake 

847-4555 

'to fie heart ei l^rmX 

BrWge* 



M 






BRADY ft 



5 Cammy Circle 
ClHirchland WMt 



You can trust apT^ 

REALlWliU 

. ■■■■■■■■!« REALTOR 

HOUSE OF THE WEEK 



WTEO - CLEAN 
ture, glass, tools. An- 
of all kinds. Fast 
up aad cash paid on 
spot - call day or 

t 547.7lfl». 

CASH IN 1 HOint 
sUvtr, dfa- 

PART 
jTotr hometown aewspa- 
with its reporting on 
news aad events con- 

l|K bmily, friends and 



ttUMn^te Imae on-attra^v^ laaiaavaAM. This 
hme faatarra: LMng rooin, dUag rooaa, kttidMn, 
4 BAma., 2 l/t bate, fami^ roini, alB% ronn 
and aHMkchad garai^, nnind afr coadWoMng, dish- 
wariMr, (ttjqiMal, eaai^ lad tea «all4o-iiail ear- 
pMng throiihort. QnvieeUy toeated near wibools, 
ihopibg nrters and chu^ies. VA ^pnised at 
$45,900. 



Tfea Iteittm hrinr are ptaliiiilimiTt torwlMkla 
^h» ^bMiflt It a irtrkt cede 4eMM as aawhsfi 
oi IwttwMltlstMiianh aad alftt iftttflwii AnadMies 
ii Bali EMU Mar<to. 




fir9t9Gt fWK^ Inv^mmiti St# oim of iNit MmMnff^M MiflQfSf 



>)• 



fitr- 




Taylor Brc^ere 
Rea^ Co. 




BRADY & 

AMO^rtMilnc. 

Realtors 

MW-ATjw Waal M. 

maauuumttusut 
rm; in mi 



AMVHTCS; 

CHAttb^ D. xmmm 

« tttl. RK. 








Hi kk'Hk 






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ccLi&XPmi 








3tt»*oonu2MW!l*».C<Sjr*FV WtcTwtfamly room 

OmwB goftge. Mn »JDO0 sj ■ »♦» 

ftivictfe Bath A J»if* Club. 



Mn^noiB V/ 



»5 
7 



«»K«:h Vloge. Ccleiie Park 

Hcsfinqp Court {^fcraront, Or.; 1-64 to IryJan 
fflvw ML MerctKyig»AA/e!t 1 m to Cdtoae Parte 
aitTanc«;Fs*)wson».Ptior«; Nights 497-7141 
Prt Wa^<». ^les MsMg er y y 




(Xer tha ytm, more and mora IndMduifli tiaw* dtocovMad 
one of th« graatMt little peddlera of ih«m aH ... the Want 
Adil Youll b» amated hoM thaw wnaH, lo«w-coat adi can 
raach out and tall moat any Itam you may have for mIc .-. . 
and do It fani Tha nan tblw you nin aeroaa aoim artida 
around tha houfa you no longir naad.pick up tha phona and 
plan a Want Ad . . . vwa'll paddia your nMNt all ovar toMil 



Byerly Publications 
486-3430 547-4571 



QEORGETOWN 

COLONY 

, ^ 

HOMEHSnr£§ FOR SALE 

tor 
Paeol* i^iipiag Hones 
f AvOnlan UMers 
SALiS OFFICE. . . 
383 Profldenoe Rd, 

Can 464-9317 



LOT Dor sale at Hassa- 
nutten in Viiiginia's Shen- 
andoah Valley. Enjoy a 
beautifully-green summer 
and a i^ectacular fall. Best 
<rf all, get ready for win- 
ter auk the beat skiing 
between.Vail and Vermtmt. 
Special price. Call Nor- 
ris Bly, 627-5020. 

DO NOT use iodized salt 
in making pickles — it 
darkens them. 



HOME 

w t K V I VrtiO 



nnXHTRIALA 
CiNOTSUCTKNI 
EQUIPMQIT RENTAL 

AIR COMPRESSORS 
^ - lAND AIR 
TOOLS 





ISS 



r-r- 



4333BalnbridBtii¥d 

HORMAll DEAN: MGR. 



.Fortttlto 
Cnaas 



543-5723 



BLACK 
BROTHERS 



Builders 

Home Improvements 
Contractors 
Garage Builders 
Room Additions 
Aluraimura Siding 
Ro(rfs - Carpofe ' 
Kitchen Remodeling 



645-7318 

Hugh E. BUck, 8r. 
1800 Park Avome 
Chesapeake, Va. 



ROOM AO[MTK)ia 
KITCRIII RiJKffiELIMG 
*AI1 riaas of garages SM> 
attached garages. 
*Coavart garage to a dan 
or family room 
' Cwaaie TUe, Mek, A 
Block work 

We i^eelalise in 
Hoaae Improvementa! 

Ril. BLACK 



Heaae Improvement Co. 
Sn-8459 397-7178 
ANYTIME EVENINGS 



HOUSEWORK GOT YOU 
DOWN? 

General cleaning, steam 
extraction carpet clean- 
ing, floor waxing and 
striving, window cleanlpg, 
carpet and ufdiolstery 
shampooing. Bonded and 
insured. 

FREE ESTIMATE. CaU 
OOMESnCARE at 485- 
1971 ar tome ^aU 487. 



GARAGE AND AIH)ITK»« 
Kitchens, remodeliag and 
home repairs. General Build- 
iag and Repairs, 399-2219 



LOT CLEARMG, Gradii«, 
Demolition, Acreage 
during. Small or large 
jobs. By the hour or job. 
FREE Mtinute - call 547- 

mz. 

8. A. Nuckles 

Ceraaaic A floor tile. Old 
A new woit. Bathrooms, 
kitchens and porches. 
FREE estimates. Call 485- 
3337. 



ALL TYPES remodeling, 
plumbing, dectrical, ma- 
sonary, no job too small. 
Call 587-1301 anyUme, day 
or night. 



J. CALLAHAN PAINTDfG 
i^erior, exterior, acoustic 
blown ceilings. FREE es- 
timates, 588-8319. 



HOME IMraOVEMENT - 
Carpentry, roofing, siding, 
room additions, storm win- 
dows and doors, plaster- 
ing, electric, concrete 
work, plumbing, guttering, 
remodeling titdians and 
bathrooms, brick andblodi 
work, aluminum siding, 
fireplaces, carpeting and 
paintinr. Serving all Tide- 
water. 622-4519 



WE bO dLEAJflNfi ami 
hauling of aU kinds. 543- 
7924. 



CARPETi^-eleaned , your 
carpiet will never be clean- 
er, or look better until 
you try us. The best rates. 
421-3802. 



PAINTING~Interior, ex - 
lerior, very nrat, refer-, 
ences, reasonable. 421- 
3802. 



4 



SURE BITE 
You're sure to get a bite 
if you drep a line in the 
classified columns of yoiir 



AUTO CRUSHER-A-1 junk 
car** removing. All cars 
towed away free. Fast ser- 
vice. 855-4011. 



HOW to Wiite a>^eIsoll-to-PeI80^ 
Classiiied M tliat Sells! 



STATI THE ITEM 

Tall your readers exactly what yqu'rc 
telling right away. Don't bother w^ 
fancy features yet. They ikin't vyaat 
te know It't "Wilson K28" unHljoft^ 
they know it'* a set of golf didta. 



GIVE ENOUGH INFORMATION 

An ad that's too short becomes expMntive if it 
doein't sell your item. "Golf Oubt. 000-0000" 
leovei the reader writh too many questions. What 
kind? What model? Condition? State 
the pri& or toy "Moke on offer " 



^^^^^^TTor fuH set, with 
G^" . • u:i* M antic bag, a« ,, 



blue on' 



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ii HONBT 

Don't oiiitf obviein itows or m- 
aegwat* Ifc* <lwaNty- "Nwver 
used" mi«hi get lots of calls 
tet "damaged number thrae 
bon" mtay get mere effart. Your 
j^iders want 16 buy from tome- 
MM that they ran tniat. 



MAKi SURE CUSTOMERS 
CAN REACH YOU 

Just a phone nvmber ii enoufMi if you 
will be home ail the time the ad it 
running. If not, your «iller may get 
dboouroged and decide not to mII 
bode, ty «l<fing "After 6 PM." your 
cutfeaier knows exodly wdiM he 
con reach you. 



GET TO THE POINT 

Avoid long-winded longwioa when 
short phroaes will do. "Si^er de- 
luxe, oIlTCKtive blue and whH* 
Atlanlic bog" «m be shortened to 
"blue and white AHanHc bag." 
That way you can convey a iat tX 
information wMIe laUng advantage 
of our lew Nraon-te-Parson rolM. 



A««U-WTit^ diMifleit mI wiU adl jvst abMit any item or serviee y<m*n sdli^ 
The exan^e dknt wagged i few irays te luke four ad ^eethre. Bnt vnsa 
the bert ad mm*t do Uie jdb ulew yov pnt it in dw i^t place. In ovbt GiMai- 
fieda. In the QaMfitd, your ad wiB leMJi y^ best pro^ecte at die lowest prke. It 
will be rnrtl by ready biqrat ia year area, the ones bm)M VbAf to cone omt and 
comply die Bale. So wfaoi ^ra're |daeiBf an ad for aayAi^ iuAb it Mont. By imt< 
ii^ it die r^t way and pntdi^( it in die r^^t pl^e. h ma ~ 



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.Braeford's 



^«n FdPd arrang«t a s«arf display. Braa- 
ford 9ff*r* a host of scarvas to •ooawao- 
rita fashionabla Mittmblas. 



Louisa Bra&f a<ftfniras oim ofttwmanybaatt- 
ttM 90WI1M earriod in^ sliO|>. Brtfaford's 
^taiii to Iha snuiHIy drtssad woman of Vir- 
gMHa Dtacfi. 




ake a course in oh 
painting and receive 
1st lesson FREE 

Classes forming for 
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Louise Brady aad Jean 
Ford aif caMBrating asan- 
Blfecsary. Oa* yaar afothis 
mdntt, tbe two ViiYtaU 
Baadh vomen opeacd Brae- 
fotd's Ltd., at tbe Kamps- 
viUa PliM AonttOK Center. 
TiK aaaiMffSanr is being 
marked vllh affloutb long 
sale at tbe llMpwbileh eaters 
to tbe fUbioB needs of 
smartly draased akuaen of 
Virginia Beaeb. 

Ejgbteeo months ago, 
Braefbrd's was an idea. It 
was an eiciting idea, Louise 
Bcady^^jHIiJM. soshe^^bared 



Loolse iiltsif witb^'sciiiiral 
people irito bad be«i in tbe 
bMiaest Md tbey talked with 
Small Bnalaess Adminis- 
tratioD. Tlf word was not 
enooara{in((. Nearly every- 
one ttaif CdiiflBlted asked. 
"Are yon sure yon really 
want to do tbija?" Tbey beard 
aU aixMt thdpltisllaandpro- 
Uams, but tbey were deter- 
mined aadjUOieopaiingdate 
approaeiid iuid they painted 
ibd readllM their s1k9 ai^ 
took trips to New Yttt to 
bay stock, they be<»Ae more 
exeited about the mitue. 



And, after a year, tbey plan 
toinntintte. 

&ys Louise, "It's been a 
good year—etciting, re- 
intrding^ tiring (absplutely 
ediaaatlng, at tim^,'butwe 
really love it." 

The siKcess Jean and 
Louise have enjoyed at Brae- 
ford's is siting. Louise re- 
lates that she bad never done 
anything in bnsiness pre- 
yiaa to tbe opening of the 
sb(9 sad J«u) indicates «bei'd 
iMly bad "a thimble. fkiU" 
of eq)erience, having worked 
occaiMMilly in a small shopV 



tb«ai''-«llk'tMi.' aito«tM»'i«« - 
stock for the shop. 

'"ney wut you to do well. 
If you're successful, you'll 
buy more," they e^^laln. 

And, although they make 
buying tru)s to Charlotte, 
ttwy beth ^1 Nov torit is 
t mtot ^lor ttyone in m 



Braefbrd's are Prestiie 
SpoKswear, Country Sub- 
urban, Allison Ayres, Leslie 
Fay, Karen of Chicago and 
otbers. Formals by Miss 
Elliette and Pat Richards are 
also featured. An attractive 
selaetiOD of Jewelry, scarves 
and flbwers are alsoiadtock 
to peelbetly aceesaoriae the 
fashion right Msembles. 

Bra^ord's is now re- 
ceiving merchandise for fall 
and Louise and Jean indicate 
that the f aucho will conttboe 

in pniiliiiiHliBa with the 



Both Jea^ and Louise like 
presenting Braeford's thr- 
ough fasbicm sbowinfl;s for 
clubs and orgaoiiatioBs. 
Tbey put ob the sbcfws nsli« 
models from the organ- 
isation. 

"This really enables 
women to identify with our 
shop irtien tbey see our 
fbstalons on their friends, 
They really wderstaad that 
tbe shop Is for tbem," ac- 
cording to Jean. 

Jean aai Louise work at 
Braetord's six, . and some- 
times seven days a week. 




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"B all happens in New 
York. That's when fashionis 
determined and it's Jm- 
IriirtaM to be ttere to get 
Mbe mt idcture." according 
to Jean and Louise. 

AiMMg tbe lines stocked 
fn* tbe customnv of 



sions. The peasant look will 
be featuried in many fashions. 
Cotors Ibr tall wUl be ibirly 
tntfKta^ Maturing rai- 
sin— a abade ot rust— bur- 
pnm or berry and hunter 
g»9eit,Tbs ne« laabinnahn<to 
In' m Will be Ulae. '*ft's 
beairtlihil,:" says Jean. And, a 
iaU standard- -camel and 
black— will be shown a great 
deal. 

"We've already booked a 
number of shows for tall and 
we're still bookint^ W9 even 
have sbovs sebeduled in 
PtiHruary," Jeda rdatM. 



by three iwbien—Fran 
Smith, Bea Stratton nnd 
PagH Sharp^-a^Mo they are 
dbiag ttadr fashion shows or 
oft en buying trips. 
WorUaatflUthAEhaabeeb 





when we first 
itartMi. We vaaUy kept wacb 
otter gotag'\if one of us had 
a lid da)>, th#otber one was 
reaUy 'up',"' tbey explained. 
And, now, they share there- 
spoBsibility, the work load 
and tbe exci(«ne»t of a very 
swxessfttl ^arel shop. 



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Tu^day Only 

A oz Detmonico steak ^ 1 .75 
trench tries, salad cottee or tea 

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KEMPSVILLE 
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te ' advises Beach kite woman 



SUN News Editor 



•^.j Jly a kite. 

That's the advice I^rne Ames offers to folks whose 
lives are clouded with teosion and worries. 

"You never see a« luihappy person flying a kite," she 
expUUns and she further relates that many therapists rec* 
MfiMMnd kite flying as a means of relaxation, 

Larretta Ames, Larrle to her friends, is the proprietor 
of Krazy Kites at the Beach Mall, 1400 AtlanUt Avenue. 
The shop is alive with kttM of «ll siaes, colors and shapes 
from countries throughout the world. 

"The Ghost Clippf" ' "~"ee masted schooner designed 




toy aa aeroaautlcal engtmerii^t flrn in CalUonia Is a 
Krazy Kites star, the kite comes in kit form for |30 and 
it does, In fiict, fly. 

Every kite in the sh(^> does fly. Larrie tests MCh aew 
motel tittt comes Mo feei- shop. And. she can and does' 
rMwnmpnd kites far her customers accordii^ t-^ 'ft" si7,e 
of the person «ho wUl fly the kite—Me moMl in the store 
oee^ a handler win we%b! in at jDoretteo UK)— and wiiere 
the kite wUl be flown—a d«lte wiOK rtmAd te the choice if 
^N fly in an ar^ with lots of trees or wires; It wUl fly 
dttn<^ over your bea4. 

n^y Kites alao tas a sto:k of kite strtaig in diffei^nt 
tMi|hU, 

"We i^yce Jimre cusf<NBer$ get Oe i^fi. weight Itiie so 
ttey^tt't lose t^ir Idtes," Urrie oplains. 

3M may now be getting the idea that kite flying Is aot 
Just ddltf's play, to fiu^ thriN^hovt the world kite flying 
is defiiiltaly an adott pist:bme. In tbe Uitfted States, avid 
kite fliers, siune 20,0JM la auoAer, compriae the American 
KUe Fliws AssDciati^V The average memtership age is 
4S yttrs. The association Is actually international in scope 
aad tto aaa^ membership fee of |6 brii«a members ftwr 
liSm&aqnaUy of Kite Lines. 

Larrle is a m«id>er aadl says of the magazine, "I've 



iMTsed more about kites and how to make them from that 
magazine than aigrwhere else." 

Sm's weU versed in kit«; and relays interesting bits 
of ktte history. 

"For examide," she says, "Portaguese sailors during the 
17th century used kites when becalmed on tiie leeward 
side of an island. The kites were raised to catch the winds 
and they actually moved the ship out so that the sails 
could be used." 

When the brii^e across Niagra Falls was being built, 
kites were used to carry the first cables across the Falls, 
according to Larrie, and, oi course, kites have a Icmg 
history of wartime use. They were used for spying behind 
enemy lines and carrying cameras and flares across 
lines. 

"The Wright Brothers used kites to learn about winds 
and air currMts before they flew their flrst airplane," 
Larrie r^tes. One of the papular kites in her sh(H> is 
a model of the Wright Brothers 'first plane which is flqwa 
like a kite. 

"And, Ben Franklin," sa]S Larrie, "Everyone knows 
about his wort with kites add electricity, but he used to 
have fun with kites, too. He'd take a kite to a lake and after 
getting it aloft, he'd lie on his back and let the kite carry 



him across the lake." 

Kite flying enjoys much more prestige in other countriM. 
b Thailand, for example, kite flying is a natic^il sport 
with 72 published rules. The winners of kite flying feats 
are kKAed iqxhi as natiooal heros. 

Eight-sided kites, featured at Kraay Kites, are copied 
from kites originally designed for the King of Thailand, 
Mo ofiP »>i«!p wrjs allowed to fly a kite of this partinilar 
design and the eight-sided kites were ordered to be kqit 
aloft 24 hours a day because watching his kites dip and 
glide broueht eioit iov to the kii^t- 

Among the kites oa display in the"kite tree"— many ai 

her kites are hong in the branches of a tree withu the 
;Shop— at Krazy Kites are a 40-foot dragon and a 25-foot 
oct(9tts. 

"They fly brautifully," according to Larrie, and they are 
virtually Indestructable. They are made of mylar and aa 
occas.sional rip can be easily patched with tape. 

Larrie sells kites which she makes. Her specialty is 
a delta wing variety and she makes them in a Byri»i of 
colorAil fabrics. She carries other fabric Utes including 
a series constructed by a Methodist minister from Clarks- 
t(Mi. Washington. These feature realistic designs— a bat. 

Continued on A-4 



Serving the world's largest resort city 




51§tYbarrN0 28 




^ July 13, 1977 



ija Beach,Va. 



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Two Sections 1 Scents 



issue 




d by Council 




By LEE CAHILL 
suit Pobllc Affairs Wrtter 

Virginia Bcaeh City Coun- 
cil meeting Monday aft«r' 
aooo, Jme 11, avthorited 
for the second and final time 
Ite lisuaMe of $i6.«mUlioii 
. la general obligation bonds 
and approved the appro- 
IMlation of $8.2 million for 
IWi in revenue sharing 
funds for capital improve- 
ment projects. 

The vote Monday afternoon 
on the 115.9 millioa bond 
issue was 6-3 with Council- 
men J. Henry McCoy and 
R. L. Ritvs and Council*, 
woman Meyera Oberndorf, 
votiag^ainst the issue. The 
reveane sbariflgaUotialltwof 
|8.2 fBllllon was pMSed l)y 
a 9-2 vote with McCoy and 
Oberndorf voting against the 
appropriation. 



At the same time Coun- 
cil rescmted a |7 miUicm 
general obBgatloo bond au- 
thorisation for school and 
utilities coDstruction which 
wiU be incliMled in the $15.9 
mUIion issue and through the 
$39.9 million double barrel 
bonds approved recently by 
referendum. 

Although Council mem- 
beta raised cpiestions about 
five of the protects which 
will be financed wider the 
bond and reteme sharing 
funding, all the capital im- 
INTOvement projects pro- 
posed by City Manager 
Qeotge L. Hanbury were 
apiiroved by Council. 

At the first reading last 
week, three Council mem- 
bers wtad Bgahist the bonf 
anthorizatiM and the rev- 
enue sharing appropriation 
because they were opposed 
to wpr or more pr(4e<^. 



Ttey ««re C(m0cm i- 
Heary I HcCoy^ ii Consk^- 
woman Meyen (^ndorl 
and Councilman R,L. Rfi|Egs, 

The 1977-78 prcjectsover 
which there was disagree- 
ment were the Arts and Con- 
ference Center ($1,822,048) 
opposed by KeCoy and Qb- 
emdorf; the Operatiofi 
Building ($41,900) which 
eventually received a un- 
animous favorable vote; the 
City <^rafe expansion 
($4Siaffil). . (wos^i by 
GbemkiTt; Nhmic jpal V^ - 
i^them S^tiott (MHid«> 
Point - $200,000) opposed by 
all three; and the SttbJStoeet 
RestrMm Um i$mM) 
of^ssA by Rj^^ and McCoy. 

Ri^s said bs was W op- 
posed to the restrooms bet 
to the cost and McCoy 
agreed. The estimated to^ 
cost of the restrooms will 
be $145,000. The project in- 
cludes riestraonis, water 



frai^ins, ben|^,' tDonn- 
\eeBMW' "Thatrds, bicycle 
nicks, bus a$f}Si isA appro- 
riato topdsairi^, 

Rlffis aidced &e Council 
to eoDsider instead ladlding 
a high rise pacMag garage 
at the beach front iriiere 
IttriOng la at a jowninm. He 
•aid $145,000 was too mdch 
to sjiMd OB restrooms and 
that when the citizens asked 
for restrooms he^ita'ttfaiak 
they meairt lor tte city to 
sp«Mt "as jBMi^ for those 
monumoits we have down 
there." Bi^ was referring 
to the ITfli Street mall which 
vul comp^ed lai^ year and 
luiwies a giairt aiiD^ for 
aesthetic paipos^. Riggs 
said that more eOort sJuMild 
be placed in wi^^ the 
boardiralk u4vte$mB% high 
rise parking. Be saM such 
a buildii^ could have two (u^ 
three^ fhXNrs at flrst UA 
should be <^mstructed so that 



more floors can be added 
later. The ground floor of the 
gurage may bewedforrest- 
rocmis, Are stations or majr 
open new corriikirs for busi- 
ness for walkii% trafflc. 

Hanbury agreed that rest- 
rooms can be constructed 
OM>re (jieaidy but that the 
city has tried to blend the 
facility with the surrounliag 
pn^rty. He said that the 
parking lot at the new Arts 
and Conference Certer with 
a shuttle service to the beach 
will iHTOvide 1000 parkii% 
spaces. On Street parking 
along Atlantic Aveuie in 
contrast, be said, provides 
only a little more than 100 
spaces. 

Councilman John R. 



Cromwell remarked that 
Norfolk's paricing garage has 
been a financial sucess and 
a real convenience and said 
he believes that a garage 
will pay for Itself." 

Councilman J. Curtis 
Payne painted out that the 
Norfolk garage is in use all 
year round while the Beach 
facility would be seasonal. 

Mayor Clarence A. Hol- 
land suggested that Hanbury 
look into the possibility of 
having the city construct a 
parking garage which he also 
agreed was needed. 

A plea by Cleric of Court 
John Fentress fOr more 
space for his operation at>- 
parently helpeid convince 
Council of the heed for a 



new Operatims Bidlding 
which was approved uhani- 
raously. 

A stream of citizens in- 
cluding childres, supported 
the Munden Point ftjt. Ms. 
R(^in Waterfield aaid that 
"if you dcm't pirt a pait 
there, houses willgottiere." 

The land is zoned agricul- 
tural whi<A permits (»e acre 
residential develq;mi^. 

CowKilman Floyd E. 
Waterfield Jr. who rq>- 
resents the Pungo Borough, 
anc Councilman John A. 
Baum who represents the 
Blackwater Boroi^h, bote 
supported the park. 

Vice Mayor Patrick L. 
Standing said that he was 



skeptical at first, but 
had come around to support- 
ing it, wfaUe Mrs. Oteradorf 
said that the residents A- 
ready had a park which was 
being improved at Creeds. 

Cromwell said that "rec- 
reation was critical in a city 
wUch has a young papulation. 
It's a lot cheaper than build- 
ing a jail." 

Waterfield said thatCow- 
cU stUl has the right to re- 
ject the project if federal 
funding is not availabe. 

Standing said that Comdl 
was also criticized when it 
acquired Little Island Bcadi 
and Green Ron Farms which 
is now the location <a Com- 
munity College and the 
Farmers Market. 



Sugar Plum /ffee open 



Coastal protection 
sought by city 



In a month and a half Vir- 
ginia Beach City Manager 
George L- Baabury expects 
to come up with -specific 
reeommewiatlOns'wMch can 
be translate ordi- 

nance to proitfci i:ie city's 
coastal areas. 

Dr. Victor Goldsmith, 

assistant marine scientist 

from the Virginia institute 

of Marine Sicionces, has no 

doubt that the city woold have 

^tablisb a dune line to 

,fviiieve this protection. 

HaidMry, who had no rec- 

make to 

. afternoon, 

XMit developing a 

)dsone ' where de- 

» would b* per- 



(by afkerwxM in the Citf 
Council Ctembers for a pre- 
sentation by Dr. Goldsmith 

And the rights of pHvate 
property owners are what 
makes the problem so dif- 
ficult for Council to resolve. 
Compounding the difficulty is 
the absence of any city or- 
dinaaoe ftintishing guide- 
lines for beacti constrwtion 
or of any State law address- 
ing itself to the prtAlem. 

What t!- is ncnr are 

admlnfstr guiddlMS, 

upheld by the court, which 
prohibit coostmction on the 
beach side of the six fs^ 
contour line. The trouble is, 
Hanbury said, that the «w- 
tour line doesn't necesHrlly 
4Ct the dune line. R is 
:ble to bviilcl behliri tilt 



« atruciL 

;intMrr-tt 



mttt the city is trying to 
do is estaUisH gnidetthes bf 
ordnance for somethiif 
«M<rii 4io«U be in tie ^- 
vince M a» State. What does 
Oie city (to wten the ^te 
Aws wt aw^ its respoo- 
sit^ty? Ha^Mf? recom- 
muM t "ink jwurself" 
l^toHiky tor Viiglnia 
Bm^ vten tlw pn^lems 
of conttl ^F^cctiM are the 
groHMt. 

Evw with tte six fot^ew- 
^r tine p^cy ifff^i- 
iMtely SCM 1(^ OB the Bay 
or WMO fi^Mt teve l»en 
p^tsd when CMStructtoa 
wkM sM^ ^phtttel. For 
UAU^ c^raAMqfetMst 
^-(^nliM 4enlts pr«q^rty 
fV^Y^ use of theit'taM. 
Uttti^ H^ that ha cmM 
mt ^^ame^ ^s vtatMl 

fWipwwH^, The 
Ciiiiiiilit Iwfil^ 1^ 

mm' W m^ tfhMed. 
n tfe» ste iMt nxi- 



tour Hoe, 110 lots Mst and 
30 tots mst of tte€besa- 
p^ke ^y firU^e-Tu^I 
are anbiBiiBU» In aU 214 
tots sM lalMattMM ba the 
ChesapMke BM^arw. the 
raal estete aMWssor im 
assessed somtf^ these idHs 
as low as $100, HMwy 
saiU, tm "I'msweMpn- 
perty Bmiu inM west tt 
sell tor tMsMmitt.' 

"ffAu^Ato" tots in 
Ocwn Pait amber 1% to 
Cnwtta, n, and in SMd- 
bridg«12. 

itaolt aatf^cttyistry- 
i^ to eent ^ witt an or- 
teasM whltttaiM^i^Nra 
to lAMttmt tte MM a«y 
Petite ifM at a later $^. 
<#dte oa tt» 
itotara* 
iaifec m ^mA with nm 
mt^pntmmsa MiikMi^. 
Wten 0mm have been re- 
i^wi thrill Mi ptau^i 

Ccxitinued on A- 4 




TN» Si^r Phim Tr** 9^M4Wm^mmm- 
ta| rt ^ M^lowtr Apatiin«nte on AHm*.^ 
^ l^v^MM. %<m$or«d l)y ti« Ct|»« Htmry 
Wm^i's Cl^f Um eraft ^wp is in its fifth 
^r of ^sraticMn. TN Simsr PIimb TrM 
^^rss hfiidi^rafts crssM hy Virfinis 

sIAm^ mi4 visitors • ^trftj^^^^^^rl^fy 
to ^^ tor hawitei^ iImim tor Mir Mm 
ys* tr to k* ^ (M^ f«r ChritMr^ gift 



mam 



ittaSi 



.JL 



itoms. TN shop will ho ofiMi torough^hily 
23r4. Mondsy Ihroufh Saiui^ from 10a.m. 
to 9p.m.. and &in4ay fnMn S p.m. to 9 p.m. 
On hand for ribhon ciMin| coramoniM yaa- 
tor^ wtra, from Iha toft: Mrs. n^ph 
E. Ho^MS, first viica pr^sida^ ^ Iha jCi|M 
Manry Imam's Cluhi Ci^ CMmeitoNMaMi 

past pf^itf^ 9« Itonf^ CM. ^M 

ptotofeyMa^ 



m^^ 




djtoi 



VEPCO days 



Tnt nac reters to Ule hot *sti€ky" 

daya wiiicii oauaiij aciue hetviljt «ato tlw la^ in late 
A^ast u "ctog days". TraditionaUy tbeM are tke (tajrs 
vkM mu's best friend is best left alooe. After days of 
mifferable beat ami humidity ami nif Ms wben a eonfort- 
i^ brceae refuses te stir, d(^s s«^v»sedly became irri- 
tgUe Md ill tempered. 

TcKtey's AKMlerB Virginian's almanac migbt ctaose to re- 
ter to the wfaOier, winch has ai^rentiy Irrived in Tide- 
mt^ at least a month earlier tlun Old Farm#rs' says 
it ^uld, as VEPCO days. 



Witk air coMti^rs aid tens ti^i^ vaUentif to M^ 
reUet «tNtrie lA^ere ire ^JMrrii^ anmid at a ftvtttle 
nace clleki^ (MS.th« l^tnmtt tewrs ttat spell n^y, 
mm^, iMBejr to the Vlrgthta Electric iM Power Cmi- 

Id ttii sitMttoh, it's vok eU Vaener wfo becomes cn^ 
wbA iraseiUe, it's Rover's muter wlw's apt to growls 
tte bilqr mi bite the naUown. la tect, tte poor maJlman 
is a|4 to be a terfrt for all swts (rf abuse btotun te^s 
tte 1^ to titt ralM^^^^tevtor. He's ^ iwiitedeUver's 
tte tit^hiy bttl firan ¥Elk»/ '^ 



Vacation Vfrglnlal 



I 



BytiARlLYKJ. WEBER 
SUH Mews Editor 

f us i»ve a tetttency to look to distadt horizc^ 
wii«n we plan a vacation. Folks who live in East Oversee 
where the neatest way to spend a summer's. afternoctt% 
in the shade of the local tree U^Mui^ to the grass gr^ 
may have a reason to dream about &r away {daces wi^ 
strange sounding name^. But, oioseof us wlM live "where 
it's at" ifl Virginia Beach have a rare opportunity. 

Virginia Beachers can vacatioa r^M at teme, enlojflag 
the pleasures of our seaside resort coupled witt a vi^ 
tA history uqarallel^d in the United States. 

En^ your vacation. Pack qp ^roiir svrtan lotitn, a 
cooler futl of drinks am! your bathing suit and head for 
tne sand and sua of Virginia Beach. 

When you're ^nned aiK) bronze and locking for a ctaiife 
of |Mce, spemi a day touring tlie myriad of shops al^ 
Attaatic Avenue aM the resort area and throughout Virginia 
Bra^ shqpping centers. 

tmt's not all. For a real d^Rnt day, meander tbroui^ 
the Farmer's Market oa Laodstown Road. The trip wQl 
give you the opportunity of selecting fresh fruits and vege- 
tables, many of them growR in our commtmity, as well as 
a chance to meet some interestii^ Beach residents. The 



Marta^ restaurant provides a ^ace to sit aad r^t a speU 
and have a drink 4 soneMag cool. 

After i^w've yaattoned lA Ite IfaurM, takt a^f to 
visit Me (tf the na^r "{tfck-yoar-om-' terns in ini^a 
BMch^ O^eadiag od the sea«w ^n em pick yoor owa 
com, bem, or tq^iu^ Pickiflg ^wr mtj threogh a field 
of pHafQ earn is siowlktac en^foMdMnld tr^—at least 
once. 

D(»'t overkxA ^ history ttat lii^ to YirglBia Beach. 
A visit to the TtoitMgi^ood Hmise or the Lyntevra Hwise, 
Cape Henry Li^. Oe Itorwaglu IMf ant tke hcMt (rf 
otter Uatorical laBduaits provMto a view of America's 
pa^- 

A nature walk tbroiifh Seastere l^te Park will providt 

awAter day's acttvity tornnttoaiBt Beaten. 

Save time for visitii% tie d^ parks — spend a day at 
Mount Trastoore, Redvii^ and Prtac^s Anne. 

And. dMt forfet to reserve at least one aftentom for 
relaxing at borne before yon head bade to w«ri[. 

Vacationing at btnie siak» sense In lots ol mys and 
when you're torturte enon^ to live in Vlifinia B«acb 
you're guannteed enjoyment ri|^ along with >oarpraeti- 
caOity. - 




A dog's life but at least It's cool 



The dog days of August (fescerKled on most 
of Virginia early this year as late June 
temnperatures soared to the century mark. 
And this dog's life was the envy of mimer- 
ous onlookers. This German Sh^s^rd found 
a water ^ri'i^ler Am as well as cooling 



in ttie a^emoon heat, «^n if th« spf^y 
was a little hard on the nose at times. 

Former SUN Nevvs Editor Steve S^wcibght 
the actldn as more ttian 100 pe(^t« pa^^ied 
and wished. 



Credit: An economic merry'gO'rojund 



By DALE BOONE 
J, Special to tte SUH 

i Ctetles Aloysiuf Tovoes of CA^apeake 

a new car. His b^ c2*r-viBtage 1974 - 

"■ tuae-up, the paint was fadii^ and toe 



(tedded to bi4 
needed tires, a 
ash-trays full. 



Charles Aloysii^ Toines of VavB(^ich defied to biqE 




r tte 



BMCh SUN, mail me 
^t year (52 issues). 



a copy every 
My check for 



a new car. His b% nr-vtot^re 1974 - needed tires, a tone-iv, 
toe paint was luitog and tbe ash-trays fnil. 

Now C. A T'.'s big GM 
padi^. and eveiTtime le 
his head in revei^nce-and the petnnt nian said it b^MfM 
to tt» "oat" groiq>. It was tfme to tnfl« do#n • bst not 
too far. 

C.A.T. made op Us mind ^t te co^g rt a bettor tarade- 
ia from a G.M. cteUer that handle bcM Ms make^ or 
and (^r makes tog^tar. So om evo^ te pirt lli fUe, 
tbe b<qr and Us skatdXNurd to tte car and pssce^deil to flto 
new nr lot at out of Cteopuke's most i^ntoUe dMlers. 

C.A.T. made 19 Us mind ttet te could |^ a iMtter tn^ 
to fttHa a G.M. tealw flttt haKUed teM Ushukeof car 
jad otter Buycea togetter. So one evening te pot tte wife, 
toe boy and Us sfaitdioard to tte car and pwee^d to tte 
new ear lot at one of Va. Bea(^'s ffl(«t rqi^aUe dealers. 

t;.A.T. drove toto tte middle of toe M ud patted tte 
car. As tte door shut, tte salMman is "Jdmqr-on-tte- 
^d" - "Can I he^ jwn"? 

Old aieaky C.A.T. Uiows te wuls a Mvcar bd te nys- 
"Jod wad to look aronad". (pMat wad to ^eem too to- 
ter^ied".) 

After kiddag at aboak twedy d mttg curt, a ear is* 
fODKi (m tte M HreeaMe to all toe family to i^atton to 
size, coUn-, raito, s«ito, air-comlttiodng and toi price 
seems li^ - afl«r tte trade-to allomMe. 

Ite paymed to gdag to te ^100 less a montt toan Us 
presrat paymert, and te Ids a new car to boot 

C.A.T. so» to toe amtf-ioti tte salsMEUto aUs Us 
dtice, and proceeds to aasvn- qn^ttoM tor toe credit 
ajvlicatkw. All forms siiptad. 

Tte ned step to to g0t enm qi^oval, bd dw» it to 
tote, it wiU te ^a^BMsrniagbdorett »n te t^dwd od. 
Tte salesman advises te will turn it over to tte bosiBMS 
maiager for cre^t apio-oral and te willeallto tte mondi«. 

Credit ap^wal to done s«v««l mys - mm* n^moWe 
deata^ lave ttdr o«n ecmqwtars • toe badness muager 
checks wito several d tte banks and alsore^esto a record 
d year pad payi^ tel^. ^ 

to tte Tidem^ area, tte endit biffean tocaUed "R^dl 
Mercteds A^oetotlM" and to a modMr d toe Aoed- 
ated Credit iMreaw toe. TUs ^w^ assoetotton to nation- 
wfate and cowrsmore^ninlf dtoepopd^on d tte Udted 
StotM. Ttey haveiiMrer«eartettantteF.»Xaiid tte C.I.A. 
«>nd^d. Ttelpaaassedi^mreqdrMiMattnnlmldm^ 
mmten^ fM d fa.QO plas ann-adimi^y |l.$0 per 
staa&rd r^ort ntftmei. 

U yon te|9en to go to toMi to ctedc jmr enMrK»rd, 
bMr tomtodaterethdrtojtttlyliMaadthd tt to to buto^s 
toptitoditsi^MttaadtMabars. '•< 

Bart to C.A.T. 

Ned OMWttig - no cdl. 

Ned aftemoM -no eUl. 

C.A.T. (aUs toe alMBM - "Y<w ontft msdMMd". 

After C.A.T. imtaMltoenMflistfiiiatf.ls«u<to- 
a^ioided, bd ad too ^sd, mat te was od ofa Jd> for 
a wUle and Ini^ to Mpr^w bOto pdil - tetdseelMg 
late at tin«s. He ^Ite to Itti^ And bnjdag t ns* nr 
fOratnr. 

SewHal tejw later, te Mrto g^iag fwm l^rs fi^ 
dte^hadM. * 

Bank X - dd^Md cro«t ob^^Mns^to as 

But Z - Ddtofi^ er^ obUpttonff <Mormatton torn- 
IdMd ^ tetoU MmdH«i A^ 

CAT. to an tot^^»i^Wfi^iroBderi|^^r tad to 
Us eredt. He teeWa to find dd ^ wtat to m pnMm. 

te ^v^ite to ^wdouft R^^uidn^toM li^il 






W&e C.A.T. TOS mlting for interview, te picks iq> 
pr^V^anda brodnire ^tled "Yoa and yonr Credit 

^Ml^^Mieift W^ttted to toto bnd^nre issa 

'i^-^mwrnm^m <- tte^i^a^Mada^fmi 

mdi^totwi I CTWi^rdieMivt record d toecmsimier'spadng 
laldt aid mates «^ ttitncord to re^y ai^dlaUe mm 
and iitere ^ eonsuner Meds it," 

B.lt.A. ases a untfonn &)ie sydem wito idormatlon 
@}^rtof the ««ianer's tome, aAlr^s, spdise's time, 
pnMMd; mafiiarmKk, p^^na) U^^4| d'«ilty Ud^ in/- 
dallgf i a d i m e d a . TUs ddforto l^vtw<to matatalud to 
a way ttet it meaiui toe same to every az^. 

If yon jpar^iMtUn 30 jb^s of bilUi^, ytw have a "1 - 
more Jl^ 19 teys bd less ttea 90^y,^»igd a "3". 
A "9^ mdiiir Ian ac6bwt has be«^ plaeefd for collectitHi 
or wrfttm off as a bad debt. 

HftenCA.^. looked d Us rerord, to» tt^ hmeUsted 
a badE Cn^'dld^ a ei^t card aea>^ to 1975) wito a 
"9" - Mt i(tod ' bd one ynr toter toe same baift traded 
u ado toan tor six times tte amood tte credtt card 
ae^Mdrt - an red>rd d tUs m m iwiat-Mt - bow oomel 
Ton- reem^ insadnpitoted. A Itotof ac^wto ane sprinkled 
wm "1" (food) bd wteB C.A.T. was M d wmIc. paynmito 
gdb(^iiiA 

Tte eredt bvean Mes nd mal^ ^ter a reeomeadation 
or a ^ds^ to grad credit to ttet^Mmmer. natt (todsion 
to left to m mmtfu^. £a(A todi^^ktoal credit grad«- 
cite hto own reqdreneds and i99(^Ueafioes. WKm you 
iB^ve, jraor credt re«>rd to tiwsferred to fl» newai^ 
dMtt Inqiirtes are re<^red for ersdt. Credit Oiraius 
sad retail sti»M vary te te metond dM»iniiAig a credit 
nttK syst^i. One to to ose te ^^-part pdd syMsm 
as dtoim: (1) Ymr oc^iatton (over ^ voaitbms}: Busi- 
«»cativM!, aca>«ri^to, ttlMaT dttMrs, dodus, 
Dow'to donr salwo^ torm laborers - 7 pdato; 
ealdrtvuv -Update. 

(2) LMgto d time mi Jd}. Pr«sed Jd> (over 7 jwai^) - 
S; PrMid Jdl ^^s tten f ymre) - 1. 

(3) Wtere yOB live: Own tome - 5; Red house - 3; Hart 
roMB - 0. 

(4) L«igth d time at pres«d addr^: Over S years - 
3;L«sstUMit7Mn-' 1; 

(5) Martial date: Iterried - S; Separated - 0. 

(S) We^ S|^: iyrw ^00,00 - l; ^,00 or less - 0. 

(?) tedt Access: Boto ^eddi« ud savings ^ f^Ody 
Ctedtiag-.2. 

(!) A^ credit jm aow teve: 2 $u eredit nrte - 4; 
I i^ credit »rd - 3; 1 flaaace ojqaqr - mims 2. 

Ot eoorai, tUs to wlf a JmQl part d tte ratiig ^stem, 
bd d^i^ ewite a gmt tea. 
« Fof siampto: Tte average truck driver makes more money 
tban te avenge bookkaeper, bat toe bookkeq;ier spends 

Us adln 1116 to a stable aad dependable envirouned. 
Doctors rate Ugh because d their tocome. Lawyers are not 
rated as Ugh, because ttey know too much, ie., a man is 
obligded to pay bills accumdated by Us wife, bd to some 
eases, te to obUgated to pay ody for ter necessities. Tte 
attotMf i^gd tdl te store to go Jump in the lake, nod 
Nwaytf^it 

m MdMwra an mom tt««t^ ^vm mm jnn, creoit 
aabi^i^^ li^-^dl ta- v^JmMs wte sctere itoove 
M p^to and midly d^M betow 13 pdds. 

AMter m^tod ^M l^ ^me badu, aa dfaMt ^it- 
wnmttMigto: 
(1) A|^ Undw- tl - 1; ii-fs - I; te n-m -4; 

inaMnd-4:lb^M|. 

(i) mfmimtM (^Mttg ^»k s or 

« -2} 3«-4 *«{ 1 wt - lb iote - S 

{4Qf imm MMrj: O^tr ^m ^ u ^m-^^ • t; 

A. ntrmm 9%mtttm, - m 




Acc(^ding to fldsfffitti ft rdlagd 15-19 vei7 good-, 20-2$ 4^ 
excellad; 26 d* over, ^dil^mding. 



credt renemter «»ie dtte 

■ i-t' ,:=■>! - '— " -m. 
ilat yoa are ddng vhoi yon burrow mcBflf. 

StanOl-lMm totfs vairy fr<^ i^toi^b^^^ te 

iderest. EnmfJle: 

?inida - small toaa^limit $300 to H^KW maximom 
tflftiD percinto(# M#ed rate - N% ovd- ^(M - 31%^ 

Miffto Cn^tt - stoall loan Umit 9^to|15flQ madnuun 
amwl p(ffii^ttag<B idefed rate • 30% w^ $^ - 37% 

Sottto Carolte - smaU 1(»b limit $1S0 to |7S00 midmmn 
aunHa pnt^i^e id«%dnte - 61%OVrat^000 - 60 1^. 
-" Rs eastor to gd^ credt from dores and toaft^a^mi^ [ 
toaa frte butts aad yoa pay foi'tefiict. ^ | 

Anto toaas are nd BccMnrily the same ^^a. bank to | 
bade - diedE into various ones before you decide . r 

"nn Trato to L«#ag Ad lorew te lender to taU you [ 
as a simiAe pereedice, toe iviee jm u<a paytog. ' ^ 1 

A "teh^ to Jtae <Kwrse" has no resp^nsij^ty for toe | 
qoiJity d te lantert. TUs is usually the bank wbere you | 



Contlrujed on A-3 




BYSINGCO 

AFTERTHROWGHT: AFTERTSwGBT: 



Ad? gd a Idtor frmn an 
tadte maid. Waded to temr 
tow to make te back go 
tortfcer! 

AFTiRTOMraHT: 
I toM^ I kaew bow to drive 
a car till I Uda dmttalk 
wito a pdieenMa ydtorday. 



To eiT Isluuta -^lo really 
toll thtags IIP i^idres 
compderl 

APTERTHOUGHT: 

Pity poor old G^orfe Wash- 

imete. He coddn't Mame hii 

trodtles on toe prvHous ad- 

ministrattai 



Lite is Uke a«r9vted tes - AFTERTHOUGHT: 

sometimes it takes a ma- tee way to get a real Htk 

den Jolt to show you wtere wit of bridge is to sit opposite 

yoii stand! your wife! 



N 




BAN^BTnLY 
PTMtiMt 



MAnLTM J. WBB^ 
Nflvtl^tor 



KENT A. mmm 

GMerdMaaa^r 



BLAUt^tJiUKMAfl 
ilporto Mtor 




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Idi 



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nt C^irM 



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VlitlBift B«ftsb S«, July IS, IWFI - h~% 



Morris-Fa 



If if fi 



yoivs exchanged 



Miss Patricia Aihi Mur - 
rts, tei«Mm- o( Mr. a^Mrs. 
aiawl 0. Mwris ©f Vlr- 
tkUt BMCk, ,awl Anthooy 
Wajae Farino, s«l of Mrs. 
VlBC«rt.J. Ftrino of Newjart 
Kcnra |m] tta« late Mr. Far- 
ino, were wed recently lA a 
dotiUe ring ceremony at the 
Open Door Chapel in Vir- 

Sinla Beach. Rever^Ml Jim 
arker of Wilhamstwrg ef- 
nclated. 

The bride wore a gown of 
ruffled cotton eyelet design- 
ed by the groom's motber 
and made especially tor her 
own veiMInf more than thirty 
yMrs ago. the bodice of the 
t;^ was tfyled Witt a v- 
De^tpe and fitted Sleeves. 
Thf Mxt of OM. hundred 
jwnte Of ruffled c^tm eye- 
let swei^ into a fuU lei^th 
cM^l train. AcattattiaieB- 
gtb veil of silk iUusloB was 
heb! by a erowh <^ seed 
pearls, the bride carried a 
t»^mt of white i^ses aad 
btby'stewtfh. 

liieren Mwris, sister of 
the brMe, was the maid of 
hontr. bridesmaids were: 



Mi». Auihooy Hutten, sister 
of the brite, Maiist^ iMUe 
and Terre Ittner of Vir|taia 
Beach; Suzy J*(wle of Slch- 
mond and Robin teuro of Har- 
risonburg. 

The bridtsmaids were 
gowDtd in identical dresses 
which featured v-necklln«S| 
eapelet sleeves and a-line 
skirts. They eich qirried 
boiK^ts ol whit* (te^sies and 
baby's breath. 

Steidiea MerwndiiH), sm of 
Mr. and Mrs. Casi»re Mer- 
endiDO of Newport News, was 
the ring b^rer. 

Kenneth Farlno, brother of 
the froott, was the best man. 
OBoomsmn were: I^Mrt 
FailBo, brMieMrfthegroon; 
Denis Jones <rf Williams - 
tairg; Junes MqCluskey ami 
Cam DariOey (d ClaitsvlUe; 
and Joel Frank of Newport 
Hews. 

A rece{M(m was heldt^at 
the (Peers' Club at Oc^ha 
Naval Air Station. 

The c(Mq>le will reside in 
NewpiHi News fcdlowiag a 
wedding trip to Jamaica. 




announced 



Mrs. GuyAndersmiBench- 
<^, <tf Woodstock, Virginia, 
aaq^unces the engagement (^ 
her dai«bter, Elizabeth John- 
ston B«iicliQff to William Hen- 
ry Lee Page, of ArliogtoB, 
Virgiiita. Miss Benched is the 
daughter of the late Major 



B«ociK)ff. Mr. Page is the 
SOD of the late Mrs. J<^Mc- 
Kee Waggunan (rf Arlington, 
ahd the late Richard Lee 

Page of Virginia Beach. The 
couple willbeoiarriedAngufit 
20 in Woodstock. 



Iff w off leers Installed 
for Laurel Cove 6. C. 



The Laurel Cove Garden 

Club awards and installs - 

„. tioB of officers was teld 

<^ followii« dinner at the Pine 

Tree Inn, recently. 



Mrs. Beryl Felmet in - 
sUM^ as (^cers for 1977- 
78: Mrs. Regina Howard,' 



'TUewaten Only 

50,000 Watt 
AM Radio Station 




THf COUHTRYS 
BtSf MUSIC 




-ZAM 

ItMW SHAM 



IS COMING 

I^HMrtrfetolb 



USIIN 

IT'S 
CLEAR 

IMALLOF 



president; Mrs. Connie 
Brown, first vice president; 
Mrs. Rhoda House, second 
vic9 in^sident; Mrs. Betty 
Lamiiins, recordJing sec- 
retary; Mrs. Susan Brenner, 
opfXitmB4iat secretary; 
Mrs. CknA Dc^ins, frafc^ 
urer; and Mrs. Anne Mar- 
vin, chaplain. 

Mrs. Ann McCrary, out- 
g(^ President, presented 
outstanding m«nber awards 
to Mrs. AniM.itarvin and 
Mrs. Norman Woods. 

Mrs. Peggy Miller, exhib- 
its and )u(l^[ing chairman, 
presented the Outstanding 
Ech^bitor award to Mrs. Ann 
McCrary. 



Mareditliirad 



Robin Withers Smith, dau- 
l^er of Mr. and Mrs. Joba 
Withers of CuU« Ros4 in 
Virginia Beach, was gradua- 
ted recently fnin^M<ereditt 

College in Raleigh, North 
Carolina, with a B.S. in Busi- 
ness EdttcvUpn. She was nam- 
ed to ti» Dean's list for the 
final semester. 




Beach mHvals 



Adam Thoroughgood Chapter, D.A.R., installs officers 



Tb« racwiMy ii^tailtii officers of th« Adam 

of ttit Daughters oiftht American Rovolution, 
lift te right: Mrs. Rica M. Youail, Jr. Ra- 
gwit; Mrs. William H. Austin, Jr.. Vica 
Ragant; Mrs. Laa H. Bavilla, Chaplain; 



Mrs. Milton W. Thorpa, Recording Secre- 
tary; Mrs. Massie B. White, Treasurer; 

Mrs. Richard H. Knight, Registrar; Miss 
Pamela H. Sargent, Historian; and Mrs. Mar- 
cel Y. Carpenter, Librarian. 



Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Fm- 
•ton Million, III, Twin daugh- 
ters; 

Mr. and Mrs. Mlcteel Dm 
^ith.sMi; 

Mr. and Mrs. James David 
White, dai«hter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce W. 
Edwards, dai^Uer; 

Mr. and Htm. Josei^ Ray 
Schulttorpe, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. DtmaU W. 
Beatty, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. John Wes- 
ton KaiMnamikca Kelin, »m; 

Mr. ami Mrs. David Lynn 
Byers, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard 
Franklin Guptcm, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Leo- 
nard Kilby, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Emory Code 
Ferebee, s<»; 

Rev. andMrs.WUUrdMial 
Crews, son. 

Lt. and Mrs. Bartholomew 
J. Regime, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. James 
R. Wills, Jr., son; 

Mr. and Mrs. James Mau- 
pin Briggs, son; 



Mr. «nd Mrs. WilUam Mi- 
chael Bodnar, dai^^ter; 

Mr. }|^ Mrs. Paul Ray- 
if rtM AHiinis, dawrhfpr; 

Mr and Mrs. Larry Le- 
Bov HavDM. m<n- 

Mr. and Mrs. Alvui Ar- 
tuban Armstror^, daughter; 

Mr. am Mrs, Sylvester 
Carmen Ramirez, son; 

Mr- Vti Mrs. Gary Stu- 
art Wood, rlaufhter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne 
Charles Me»i, itei«hter: 

Mr. and Mrs. James Em- 
ery Kovacs, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. James 
John Scunziano, daughter; 

Mr. ami Mrs. Joseph £d- 
warH Mf'1«"»*!i ';on 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ed- 
wm Hale, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. 
ShiK>, Sr., son; 

Mr. and Mrs. John Frank- 
lin Grant, Sr., son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Alton Ray 
Brenneman, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Reed, 
dauRbter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Steven Al- 
lan Greek, daughter: 



Princess Anne 
gardeners awards 

luncheon 



The Princess Anne Plaza 
Garden Club ended its year 
with a grand finale luncheon 
held at the Thalhlmer's Res- 
taurant at Military Circle. 
Mrs. Richard Csnnon, A- 
wards Chairman, presented 
first place In tte Flower 
Arrai^i^ Category to Mrs. 
Bill ForinashandMrs. Eddie 
Snead. Mrs. Cannon received 
the ^second place award. 
First place in the Novice 
Flower Arranging Category 
went to Mrs. Forfnash'sdau- 
went to Mrs. Forinish^s 
daughter, Mrs. Melisss 
Swrs. First place award for 
horticulture went to Mrs. 
WlUiam H. Colons and 
sec(»d (dace to Mrs. Owen L. 
Greene, m. The Rebe. & 
HCUna um VflttaUie Cinb 
Tom Hawk, Mrs, Owen 



Green, and Mrs. Carol Line- 
han. Mrs. Retz also announ- 
ced that the club had received 
the first place volunteer ser- 
vice award, the third place 
in HANDS Continuing Main- 
tenance, and second place for 
the most "People and Their 
Environment''' books placed 
in the schools. 

Mrs. Garnet Barnes, the 
past president of the club 
and incoming parliamentar- 
ian, installed the club's 
officers for the 1977-78 
year: presidnet - Mrs. Char- 
les Cayea; first vice-presi- 
dent - Mrs. Richard Connon; 
second vice-president - 
Mrs. Eddie Snead; corres- 
ponding secretary - Mr?. 
Alez J. Scbwarpe; recording 
iliecretaif -~4trs. JanM»l A. 
Anthony; snd treasurer - 
Mrs. Murray H. Williams. 



Member Award which was 
voted upon by all members 
of the club went to Mrs. 
William H. Colona. Jhe 
Board selected the recipient 
of an award given by Mrs. 
P. 1. Winters to the com- 
mittee chairman who had 
done the most outstanding job 
during the year; this went 
to Mrs. Fred Jackson. 



Mrs: John Froehler and 
Mrs. Jackson, social chair- 
man, planned the day's ac- 
tivities and presented Mrs. 
Michael Retz, outgoing pres- 
ent, with a silver engraved 
letter opener in appreciation 
for Jier service this year. 
Special silver gifts of appre- 
ciation were given to five 
ittetribers^who ii(^ytH(ii^e 
area: Mrs. Michael Retz, 
Mrs. Fred Jackson, Mrs. 



Women's Club 
installs officers 



By LYNN MONETTE 
^ Special to the SUN 

^ TIk installation luncheon 
of the Virginia Beach Jun- 
ior Woman's Club was held 
at the Copier Kettle Res- 
taurant, recently. 

The new officers were in- 
stalled by Mrs. Swindell Pol- 
lock, past president of the 
KempsviUe Woman's Club. 
Accc^ng their i»w posts 
were: Mrs. Matthew 0. 
Foreman, presMent; Mrs. 
Robert Flanagan, firat vice 



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make the payment. 

Lenders get their information abont people who want to 
borrow money, from the credit bureau - if they are a 
member - that shows how they pay their bills and how much 
ttey borrowed. 

The law says you have a right to see wlut credit twreaus 
imd wt abont yon, and to challenge anything that seems 
laaecurate. any to make them add your challenge to the 
file that is seat out. 

Make sure, on opea aeanurts, they A«'t start charging 
the interest too so<»i. On opm accotmts interest cannot be 
charged lutil 30 days are li^. ' 



president; Mrs. Harry M. 
Smith, second vlce-presi - 
dent; Mrs. Curtis Catron, 
third vice-president; Mrs. 
Carltom E. Seay, Jr., re- 
cording secretary; Mrs. 
John King, correspomlii^ 
secretary aM Mrs. James 
Catlett, treasurer. 

In addition to installing 
the new officers for 1977- 
1978, benevolemres were 
made to Big Sisters of Tide- 
water in the amount of 
$1,600; Camp Civitaa, $400; 
Virginia Beach Crisis Cen- 
ter and Girls Regional Group 
Home, $600 each; Kidney 
Foundation of Tidewater, 
$800 and crime Prevention 
Division of the Virginia 
teach Police Department, 
$380. Jerri Anderson was 
awarded the annual VFWC 
^holarship in the amount 
a $500 to further her edu- 



cation at Vii^inia Wesleyan. 
The annual Home Craft Show 
held at the Dome in the 
fall and other departmental 
projects undertaken 
throughout the year made 
these contributions possible. 

Among the honored guests 
attending the luncheon was 
Mrs. Louisa Venable Kyle, 
who presented a scholarship 
to Pat Ashe, a senior at 
Kellam High School. This 
scholarship will be present- 
ed annually in honor of the 
work and writings of Mrs. 
Kyle to a local high school 
senior who has excelled 
and shows potential in the 
literary field. 

This year's graduates of 
the club, Mrs. Gary Scott 
and Ms. Rosemary Penning- 
ton, were also honored. 






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soever ye would Oat m«i 
should do to you, do ye even 
so to them: for this the law 
and the prophets." 
-Matthew 7:12 





Do as you would be done 

by, is the surest method of 

pleasing. 

-Philip Dormer Stanhope, 

Earl of Chesterfield 



Do unto others, the Bible has said. As you'd have others do unto you; And if you will 
follow this passage you've read. You will find it is certainly true. That in business, 
your home life or simply with friends. It is ^sier gettii^ along. If you'll never be 
forced into making amends. Just because you have done someone wrong. So to learn 
more about this unfailing advice. That will frequently serve as a warning. You should 
go to your Church, where it's only the price. Of an hour on next Sunday momin?. 
—Gloria Nowak 



Charlia's Saafood Rastaurant Prica's Incorporatad 

3139 Shore Dr. 491-9863 4580 Pembroke Mall 622-3706 

Mary E. Rehpelz b Employees r Brand Name Appliances-TV-Slero 



Haynas Furnltura Company 

S324Va. Beach t5lvd. 
Furniture-Bedding-Carpeting 

Baysida Motors 

4747 Shore Dr. 464-4563 
Charles C. Hale. Sr. b Staff 

Kampsvilla Pharmacy 

5266 Princess Anne Rd. 497-3516 
Robert W. Clybum-Lynn Leavitt 



Lindsay Broa. Inc. 

Plumbing-Heating-Fuel Oil Del. 
865 Newtown Rd. 497-4633 



Contractors Paving Co., Inc. 

3779 Bonney Rd. 347-1161 
Clinton Teets & Staff 



Kallam & Eaton Inc. 
BIdg. SuppHaa 

Princess Ann station 427-3200 
Frank & David Kellam 



Andy's Plumbing A Haating 

1003 Canal Dr. 485-5000 
State-Registered-New b Old Work 

Kallam-Eaton Inauranca Co. 

3111 Pacific Ave. 428-9161 



Furnltura Showrooms 

828 E. LitUe Creek Rd. 
2981 S. MUitary Hwy. 
Sandy Bolin b Employees 



Chasapaaka Savings & Loan 

Frank N. Wood and Associates 



Englnaaring Madia Inc. 

606 R. Liberty Street 
Charlie Rackworth It Staff 



Roaawood Mamorial Park 

631 Witch DuckRd. 497-8925 
C. C. Kiricpatrick 

Willis Furnltura at Hilltop 

1712 Laskin Rd. 428-5951 
L. H. Bums & Staff 



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All Star Elactric, Inc. 

1425 Air Rail Ave. 464-6231 
Commercial b Industrial 



Homa Fadaral Savings 
& Loan Aasoc. 

1635 Laskin Rd. 426-0327 
Church Accounts Welcome 



Smith Salas & Sarvlce 

460 BatUefield Blvd. N. 547-2929 
Elwood Smith b Employees 

Mill-End Carpat Shop 

4740 Va. Beach Blvd. 497-4854 
Taylor B. Carr b Employees 



Praston's Pharmacy 

1401 Poindexter St. 545-7337 
JamerL. Marshall and Employees 



Todd Elactric Company 

Henry It Moses Todd b Staff 



HIgglns Raalty, Inc. 

6620 Indian River Rd. 420-3120 
Cecil M- Harrison & Associates 

Linda's Hair Boutlqua 

846 Providence 424-3120 
Linda Holcome b Staff 



J.D. Mllaa A Sons, Inc. 

J.D. Miles, Jr. and Associates 

Brantwood Rastaurant A Lounga 

1312 Geo. Wash. Highway 



Chesapeake, Va. 487-0611 
Tom b Linda Rapier b Co. 



Ovarton'a Markat 

1419 Polndexter St. 545-9496 
The Overtcms A Employees 



Plaasar Amarican Corporation 

Management aad Pers(mnel 



Southam Statas 
Chaaapaaka Assn., toic. 

1764 S. Military Hwy. 420-1841 
L. Belmont Williams b Personnel 



Townsand Fual, Inc. 

James Van D^ce and Employees 



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of our mWsters. It is paid for by these area firms who believe 
our churches are a vital part of our community Sfe. 



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folk, Porti 
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a Stiteiii«iu \A lue Sotn.- 



(iuuesseouai use 
"t" for lawns, carwas' 



.<ot. dry b« any' solution uitlt « crlili 
coupled with water develops," and tltst "if w« 

nnrfdistfibiitir-nnm «!if1n't Isavp the irutiitamss 

city would be In an wen 
Asmcv includes worse situation. & 




britf torrMittat rai 
ginia BMch sir««l> crt» 

for Btaeh ratidr-*- - 



'till 



by City Council for somtitino to 
w«to« atttmpt if! tfv«rt a wa 
situation in tha rasort city. (SU« 
by Biair Thurman) 



Scout cf wards pi lasented o^ach 



Cadette Girl Scoot Troop 
341 of the Carrow N«jgiib«r- 
hotfk htU Its aHNiai Coort of 
Awards rcctntty, at the 
Kempsvflte ttuitaB Clnb. 
Proflcleacy lNu||es and a- 



wards for Cadette Cha1!<M^s 
were presented. 

Tbt CtaaUeiige ot ^u^ ». «• 
was received by FentyCline; 
Ciiallcice cf iCitovi^ >iys«^. 
Amy iaines; ClialleaKt of Sii- 



Coastal 




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ereattaf miw, bat even 
MMdfMMlm^ 4i^ls cMe- ' 
Uhi^ .QMrtfef ^duMs, y/Utx) 
att'dggtiMA, m ppast from 
baM[««itDli.htsald. 

^ said ttat tte SM level 
is ri^v oae fixH a cen- 
tw; tadtotflBi that the 
dmeltae irt& wode. 

Scott sMttttxcfiiistlDas 
to praUMt ttt duM mUd 
rtffl p««tt amdofBeat of 
m Bsteit Ihsi. tnt Ht all 
tou, S6att sitfaatteettY 
tile 
- Or- 
to Mw flnd iffO'^ 
tcdte maawili »d mi 
tMM^ tte M« <^ MrH 
pHotes ^1 ^ri)UA a mn- 
Mr «< i^teJbystratfve ra|^- 




latkns denliai wlthdevetopT 
lasat. Tbesa regnUljbMs,^^ 
:»»ld^foald^j;^b)«.J>i^ 
~ tha .prime piupost m idrtb 
In the regolatiotts would be 
flpod protection. 

Aaatnry said thatbe would 
coosidnr all the psSUic in- 
pof in the problem before 
ottUog his recommeo- 
aUioBS. 

Dr. GoMsmitb noted that 
some peaide who think they 
vtU be hnrt «iU pnJbably 
MM tM rcsnbittons to |ffo- 
teci tt« dine I^ are the 
best my to go, with the un- 
dn^teittr that a grand- 
fkdwr ekua» will protect 
^c^fntf owners who already 
hkme itraetares on their pro- 
p«ty. 




Con^ued from A-1 

a Canadiaa goon, a Snow goose and a pterodnct^. They 
arc aappoMdly retUstie eooagh that they have be«n attacked 
by Wzds la flight. . 

Urrie liui iota of . votntetr hdp ia her shop. The best 
way to adverttte is by gattiac ter anunnl kites abiff along 
the beach. "I've got lots of help," she says of the yoong 
people who fly her kites. Four ywaf sailors assifft her 
in bnilding sad teat Jlyiar aew modela as tfeey fioae into 
the shop. . 

Larrie worked Ibr etgUeen years as a secretary in 
Celifgrnia. Whea ber oaiy daogMer was grown—she's now 
married and raises Arabian borses in California— Larrie 
ran away. 

"I literally ran away froai bone," abe says. "Whan my 
danger asfced me where I was going, I said. "T don't 
\mem, rU M ]«■ mow WhM I ptt tteNi/' says Larrie. 

tlm, tras lAMv^^m ego, tamm ttat ttae, adventure 
haalntiowed mMttm. ne'e dene a variety of^ihinge 
tnm J"**?!*! a spwt flaUng IniUig bi CaliftMiiia to 
Mai^M a MM m a tbqr islnd to tte West Indies. 
"Ufa lad a hMBf ep«p||id mUt tdt^imae aid I i^saally 
hi* to f» aieiywhete Tflf laittri hnA/ ' Urrie relates. 

Jbe aeM ya^ito to rii^Pif a vwy Anytime. "I 
S(M one for fta2,000 w^ |7S,d^ to ^ras. My com- 
mtoMa na W%. I'd m^ sato so ma^ money. I took 
tt wd^att^;*^ rteMys iM(« tengb. 

ttf^ ^eitoi mr0att^i<« and bo- shop, bat she 
Mat W3^ th^ fltts is flw^l ^ tober^rtttores/ 

'tiiM ]N»'« tra^M a m> it's tmM to Mtttoitown.'* 



Ttfte itffiififi to $xmtBmmim 
tteasMctoti«itf 
ALOtttAOLEt.HJD. 



cial Oepeiidallllity was earn- 
ed by Angela Holiday, JM- 
bie Hqiitott, Amy Jsm^, Bar- 
bara Lane, i9hell«fy &i^os, 
and Lisa Traape. 

ProflcienOf i>adges were 
awardhd to: Amy James, Deb- 
bie Hopton, Lisa Troi^e, An- 
gela Haliday» $heUey itotos, 
Peggy Cltoa^ DeeOee Ml^ 
Bartua Laaia, jG«orgfe0Mi- 
wm, ibxf Peters. Ittry 
Ca^y,,]^MeVmbadi; Mar- 
la jfictiM, P^^ Saa^rUi, 

Md4tato«HM^> 
ypit f^ow^ jMiw mem- 
bers were writwm^ toto 
tjBg^ Hi fvto Carrow's 
JWyr Girt ^(Uts: Basel 
Worn, Tay WiUlama,,Katby 
Wasflba, Uichele Walah. Jea- 
nifer EUiot, Michelle Cas- 
Ue, Sandra TuU, Weady Daw- 
ley, Lisa Sleicenalt, Ckar- 
lene t>0)rter, w^iivla Phelps. 
Dana Jones, and Vicky Rear- 
dob. 

Co-Leaders d the Cadette 
Troop at« Mrs. MarceUa 
Beard and Mrs. "Pete" Par- 
to. The, Carrow Girl Scdut 
KiHKhMnliood inetwies Caro- 
laahe Parm, Arrowtpp, 
Point O'View, and RidgelaH. 



woman 
honored 



Mariann B. Ticatch has 
earned recognition and mem- 
berah4> in the Women 
Leaders Round Table,, one of 
the insorance industry's most 
prestigious orgahitttions. 

To -earn the recogaltien as, 
a Quslifytog Member, Ms. 
Ticatch paid tor more than 
$500,0(10 of business to 1976. 

The. WLRT is an to- 
temational organisation of 
suceestftil career wmnenlife 
and health insonnce agents 
devoted to professional and 
persdoal development. 

Ms. Tleateb,'a resident 
ofiar|iala|Bsli*,'J^ Hmm^ 
ber of.Lineoto/Dlion/Stall, 
Inc., 15 Koger Executive Cen- 
ter, Norfolk. Sbe has been 
wito that firm since Febrn- 
ary 1974. 

The agency office is as- 
soctoted with The Lincoln 
Rational Life Insuranee Com - 
piny. 



O'Brien challengis 
legality of public 
bdilot declaration 



Buster O'Brien, candidate 
for the . Rouse of Delegates 
from Virginia Beach, today 
said he wo^ totrodace le- 
gislation maktog it illegal to 
require voters to state pob- 
lidy which parts of an elec- 
tion they wish to vote on. 
to tie iweeat pdmary of Jane 
14, maiqr voters coaiplained 
about a State Board of Elec- 
tioos order reqniriag public 
^dosvre of the portioa of 
the ballot oo wtiich they wtoh 
to participate. 

S^ieaking to . a srecuct . 
wotltBbop at Bonanza Rest- 



aurant On Friday, July 1, at 
10 am., O'Brien expressed 
dotibt as to the.C«n9tttntlon- 
ality at tba4ii|iptr and 
stated itJtoiiMKnatare 
of the order vioIaUidtba tra- 
dittonal secret ballot. "It to 
none of anyone's business 
wbetbhr a voter votes, all or 
juat'a portioB dfaliaUot," 
sUtM the former Vttiveraity 
of Richmond All-Amertcan 
quatorback. 

0'Bri«i urged all other 
caddidates for lagtototure to 
joto him to a bi-partisan ef- 
fort tP see that*thi&4wd«il. 
flagtolaftoo passes. 



/VejMf members presented 



Aiagona Women of the 
Mbotfe, Chapter M4, held a 
ceremony of Friendabip re- 
cently, bringing sto aew 
friends toto their obapter. 
Kev Biembers toctude: Mar- 
qua Burt, Janice Dunham, 
Daisy Evans, Paye Garren- 
ton, Roth Martiaei and Catb 
ertorBodrlCbet. 
m 



to aa election of officers, 
the followtog memberaorare 
selected to serve the chapter 
for the coming year: Barbara 
{^vey, senior regent; Jay 

Dunham, chaplato; Frances 
Schneider, treaaurei;..laibel 
Lee, Junior rennt *ai Ruth 
Martines, reeoDder. 



Plumbing Repairs 







CBiut^mi cuf fcei i set fOi 




'VfU <LrC;ff 



ich Civic Cb<) 
the direction oi 
>a, will presHit a 
e concert in the 



;tfa at 2.30 
ncert in their 
summer sei' al dress 

is eoco«raK«u and wine 
and cheese will ai^in Nf> 
available. 

The Pops Symphony will 
have as their special guests, 
the locally acctoimed Vir- 
ginli Beach Civic Chorus. 



"'"ay Will oe juued bj the 
Tiphoay anif a rock ^o- 

inrjnj«;j vj svii^ Miiat \/i '76. 

Both the symphony and the 
chorus are directed by Wal- 
ter Nona and Imvc tbt^msel- 
leld 
w j^upujar music, locxuaed in 
the concert oftej:|ngs will be: 
Light Cavalry ^vet^ure, Von 

Thunder and 
Liguemng Jt'ouca, J. Straussj 
Hands Accross theSea.Sousa 
Gaite Parisienne, Offenbach. 
Selections with the Vii^toU 
Beach Civic Chorus will in- 
clude: Glory, Rifflsky- 



Korsakov; Sounds ol "/u, 
arranirfld by arr. K. Flte; 
Ea wn the Road, C. 

SlUiH'.'-!. 

Tickets are available in 
advance from symphony 
members or may be obtained 
at the Convention Center box 
office on 19th Street, Prices 
are $4.00 adults and $2.00 
students and senior citizens. 

At its annual meeting held 
recently, the membership 
voted to change the name of- 
ficially from the Virginia 
Beach Civic Symphony, Inc. 
to the Virgtoia Beach Pops 
Symphony, which denotes ito 



eq>ansioo into the iigmciasa'*. 
Ics and poputor ntttle fteidi' 
Newly elected otflceff and 
board members include: Mrs. 
H. T. Mahler, president; 
Frank J. Ferrigho, vice 
president; Mrs. John E. Ree4; 
recording secretory; Mrs. B, 
R. MiddletOQ, correspond - 
log secretair; Roy W. 
Henricks, treasurer, ihrec- 
tofs are: Mrs. Elbert Cox, 

Mrs. Frank Ferrlgno, Mrs! 
Ronald Bess, George J. Par- 
ker, Henry Petxella, Mrs. 
WilUs Watson, Dottigtos 2le- 
gelbeto, and Mrs. Do««las 
Ziegelbeto. 





Oo^Ops! 



Pam Spangler on Bedcette and Lou Tate 
M Black Friar look like an imminent coi- 
lisiM over ttie straw bales at the Bay- 
side Junior Women's Horse Show at Prin- 



cess Anne Park. Luckily they brushed by 
each other in the atr and went onioflace 
second J ri tl^ Hunter Psirs class. (Photo 
by JOm miLEY) 



Sunburst theme for art contest 



The Virginto Beach Pub- 
lic Library sAd the Public 
Information Office of Vir- 
ginto Beach are presenting an 
art contest for young people 
ages 5 to 14 from Jnly S 
through July 27. 



Eigtoeen winning entries 
will be selected and these 
designs used as illustrations 
in the Calendar of Events 
prodiicW by the" Public Infor- 
mation Office and distributed 
to City Council, City agen- 
cle.s and the general public. 



Complete rules of the art 
contest are: 

14 are eligible to participate 
and must be Virginto Beach 
resident. 

2. Only one entry per per- 
son. 

Drawing most portray art- 
ist's conception of a sun- 
burst. 

4. Drawing must be no lar- 
ger than I 1^- I a* an 



white paper. 

5. Drawiiv mustbetobtock 
and white on^. CoUage may 
bena^. 

6. teawli^ must be done 
free-haiid (m ttmcing). 

AD aMrtes mnsttoivename 
age, wid{«ss and ptoie num- 
ber to be eltglble. 

The t(V wlQBii^ ratry wili 
be jued <» ^ cover of tlw 
CUMMtor (tf Everts and tte 
otfaM* selected winniii de - 
signs Mm be oMt w^the 
(^er 17 moBMj calendars 
iouKltoyitoe. 

Artists will l«r;;t;ive juii 

credit for their designs to 
the Calendar of Evento. Wto- 
ners wUl received copies of 
•the -Calendhr once thfey are 
printed. 

AU ertrtesmustbesidmiit^ 
ted to a' ImuKb Ubtf^ .m 
Uter than W^esdav. Julv 
27, to te eH^Ue 

WtoMre Wlir ^ ««;i«^M 

and MtifiMl ]^ maU after 
AugaMlO. 



Complete inforoufS^n (« tmmch ^ the Virginto Bead^, 
thto contest to avaiUbto to Public Library and on ito 
aUinti^'estedpersnisatiay bookauMle. $ 



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assistance a chance to «brk ^in get a lot 
more than willing workers. They get Federal 
% of thme employees' wages. 

Work Incentive (WIN) program 
at youi ricdroy WIM office. 
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received by 



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aling organization, 

ireseot u iuur week program of 

itiiM and rrrreation for chiW- 

jroung iis summer in 

Beacii. Ill Ljus program a 

|y« atmosphere will be preseateil 

atixng and developing the creai 

Intfiltivp nsvrhif stms nf per* 



ADE (Association for Development 
and EallghteiimMii). is a lour ywr old 
orgtttution d^lcited topursuii^phy' 
slcal^ emotional, iheotal, and spiritoal 
hMling through all tteaiwraachespos- 
xlbler including tradltioiuil m^icine, 
eouMtsling, prafer healing and diapo- 
sls by trance m«Uums. 

The sumnier program has itvo week 
schedule of actiTities for children ages 
7 through 11 designed for exploring 
the experiences of multl- level C(m- 
sclottsaeas that chlldreii of this ^e are. 
Often in touch with through crMtive ev- 
ents, which include guided tai^^es, 
story telling, arts, 4aQce, pq^wts and 
others. This wiU be held from 8 a.m. 
to 2 p.m. weekdays August 1-Sahd8-12. 

For young adults, ages 12 through 

. 18 aqd older, the second two week 

proiram is forcused on development of 

' ^!^^ '^ psychic abilities through 

mMltioa, ami ita^ presenUfion of in- 

' t (b^fflation on synlxriogy, the chakras, 

astrology, and healing. This program 

will be presented from 9 a.m. toZp.in. 

July 11* 15 and 18-22. 

The programs are directed and led 

JHf^ fjiperieoced Itttchers, craftspeople 

.and developed ^ychlcs. The cost is 

125 a week or p|Q for members. For 

more intc^'matioii and registration call 

e5-0715 or 422-8047. 



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W&uniaii 



, ThjB date and location for tte Tenth 
Annul reunion a| the Gamewardens of 
Vletiiam 4ssociatk« has been changed 
lb Btturday, Aogust zm, atlhe UtUe 
Creek An^iAihitws Base. The r^mlon, 
wu scheduled to be held in St. LcHiis, 
IliMouri. 

YNCS Jtim C, WlUiams, FO. Box 
S$22^ Virginia Qeacb, 23455, may be 
OMticted for details . 



Blo^timobll^ 



The Tidewattr R^ional R«l Cross 
Bipod Prognot's miai-bl<xxin<MI« 
will be a Milttr sight at the VirgUia 
Beach re^^ arM this svmlner glvl^ 
area resid^ts and tmirlsts an ^yor - 
tunlty %c> ^ate WooA a^ helb uve 
lives with AeprodMte made from their 
Gift of Life. The "Mini" plans 27 
visits to the B«ich through the 
summer and ^ch wiU be schedtlted 
from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sboors are 
intitel to walk in, give blood, receive 
refreshments, aiHl b» m their way 
l»ck to summertime actiirtties in m 
tour or so. The iBil9i''UtwdtaiU)Ue 
schedule for the remainder of July is: 
July IS; 2$tb & AtlanUc; July IS, SOth 
7 atianttc;' July 18, 17th-* AtUtttic; 
July 22, 30th & Atlantic; July 25. 
17 fi Atlantic; July 27^ 25th b kthn- 
Uc; a^ July 29. 3(W> A Atianttc. 



BUnd to meet 



The monthly meethag of the Tide? 
water eMi^ of the Natttnai Fed^ra^ 
tion M tie W^ will be held on &tur- 
day, tt# Itth, at 2 p.m., at 1516 
Spriiii, ll«^ BOttlem^, RorfoUc. 
For transporiation or lnformatl«i,<iall 
625-6791 dat^ or 487-7646 evenii^s. 



Clasp co0kout 



CLASP will sponsor a swimming and 
cook-out party, Saturday, July 16, at 
6 p.m. at 1217 Gunsmith Court, Vir- 
ginia B^ch. 

CLASP will provide the barbecue and 
charcoal, c<^ soft drinks, condiments, 
and rolls and asks tiiat.ea<di participant 
fon^tii their Own hamburgers, hotdogs, 
and salad. LUeguards will be on Itand 
for those who wish to svlm. 

All members and prospective 
members of CLASP and their ftrailles 
are invited ta attend. 

Th« party wUl be cancelled in tiie 
event of rain. 

Contact Harry E. Baird Jr., if further 
information is desired. 



Yoge retrea 




A WeekMd Fastii^ Retreat will be 
held by the Aquarian Age Yoga Center 
of Viifinia B»ch on Saturday and Sun- 
day, July 16 and 17 



' The retreat will include four types 
Of yoga. Tai Chi is rhythmic move- 
ments of the body that develop poise, 
balance, and spiritual growth through 
po^ng meditatiMi. Sttfi Dancing is a 
beMlltBl expesilbn f4 creative move- 
ment designed to free a person to be 
more expressive. Hath Yoga is an in- 
|egratod system for the relief of 
tensions and for promoting flexibility 
of the body. MassagO Therapy Class 
in(di^BE»S neirage techniques for deeper 
relaxation. Improved circulation, and 
rettef of tense muscles; and a I^ht 
and sound meditation class, guest 
speakers and more. 



For fiarth^ information please call 
the Aquariaft Age Yoga Center at 
425-9414. 



Safety workshop 



A highway safety commission work- 
sheet will) be helid Thuraday, July 14, 
at the Cojnmodoro Country Club, 5600 
Sonthera Bouleimrd, Virginia Beach. 



The nmrkshop is sponsored by the 
f^hnnj Safety Mvisira of Virginia and 
coodi^ed by the Highway Safety Train- 
ing dnter at Virginia Commonwealth 
University, ft ii opea to local h^h- 
way safety commissions and others 
interested in highway safety. Thework- 
»hop will f9cus on tke legal respon- 
sUrilitles (A local cdmmissions and 
local and area idgtway safety issues. 



Program topics will include: the role 
of local highway safety commissions; 
1^ annual woii program; the role of. 
local comnisslims in fwded projects; 
vorjking with the media; the Virginia 
AlciAol Safety Acti(» Program; and 
the Highway Safety Training Center. 

Registration will begin at 10:15 a.m. 



Clasp td moot 



CLASP (Cttisens Loving All Special 
People) will hold its next monthly meet- 
ing, Thursday, July 14, at 7:30 p.m., 
at Emmanual Lutheran Church, Lynn 
Stores Drive at Virginia Beach Boule- 
vard. 

CLASP'S primary purpose is to i^an 
meanii^ful recreational activities for 
hanttcan>ed persons. Plans will be 
made at the meeting for upcoming rec- 
reational activities. 



All parents and families of handi- 
capp«) persons in Virginia Beach are 
urg«t to attoid this meeting. Other 
persons interested in helping the bandi- 
caHted and wanting to volunteer their 
time and/or services are also welcome. 

Contact Harry E. Baird Jr., if further 
information is desired. 



Kick th6 habit 



With the continuing hot weather, 
the Virginia Lung Association finds it 
appropriate to call your attortion to 
one of the rarely publicized hazards 
of cigarette smokii^... and. that is the 
very high temperature at which a 
cigarette burns (anywhere from 300 to 
500 degrees) and the very hot gases 
(as high as 135 degrees) that are in- 
haled. Taking these very hot and dry 
gases into the lungs can alone cause 
iBuch damage, somewhat like the.noxr 
ious fUmes that kill people so quickly; 
as, for example, in a night club fire. 



With this in mind, your lung as- 
sociation announces still another of 
its "Kick the Habit" programs. The 
seven sessions will be held in its of- 
fice, 5349 E. Princess Anne Road, 
HorfoUcv beginning the evening of Au- 
gnalrrSf ^ ffiMnikiKjrud ending on 
Thursday evening, August 25. As in the 
past, the program will be supervised 
by pdiysicians and is basically a grotqi 
therapy effort to help you if you really 
want to quit smoking. 

The group is limited to 25 persons 
and interested smokers may contact 
the Lung Association at 855-3059. 



Good mo¥les 



U you are ^earttm for the "good 
old days" of HoUjnrood films, the 
Chrysler Musettm has an attractive 
mwrte ^erlnf for |nly. 

"Sittittg Pretty*^ starrii« Clifton 
Webb, Robert Yong and ManrflM O' 
Hara, filned in 1948, wUl be stown 
July 13. • 

The 1910 film, "Born Yesterday" 
starrl&l Ju^ HoUiday, WUltam Hoklea 
and Brodericyc Crawford will be fn- 
tured on JnlylKHb. 

"Beat the Devil", 19S4 vintage, star- 
ring Humphrey Boprt, Giu LoUo- 
trM^, JenniM* Jtwes, Peter Lorre 
and Robert Mcht^, will be shown 
July 2701. 

Admission Is $2 at the door and films 
are shewn at 8:15 p.m. 



Reynolds pennies 



"Pranies from Heaven" for Jerry 
Lewis and the Muscular Dystnq)iiy 
Association— that's the themb of a mw 
program announced today by Reynolds 
Metals Comp«|ny. 



Reynolds will donate one pmny totte 
Muscular Djwtraphy Association for 
every pound of aluminum recycled by 
tto company's nationwide recyclii^ 
program during the month of August. 
Ttose coUections are eqwcted to ex- 
ceed 10 mllUon pounds. 



Tto peany-a-pound (tonatlon irill to 
in aAlition to the 17 cents a pound 
normally paid to the poUic. The re- 
cycler may keep that money or donate 
ittoMDA. 



The "Pennies from Heaven" dona- 
tion profram begins Monday, August 
1, and continues through Lator Day, 
S^temtor5. 



CCOmeeting 



The featured speaker for the July 
13, 1977 meeting of tto Council of 
Civic Qrganizatioiis of Virginia Beach 
li|lto R^ftiert Scott, Director. Pttnito 
Dqiarttdeid, City of Virginia ¥ddi. 
He will sixAk on the subject, "Wbero 
We Are and Where We're Going, Plan- 
ning Wise, in the City of Virginia 
Beach." The meeting will to at 7:30 
p.m. in tiie Kiva One of tiie Plaza 
Junior High School on South Lynntoven 
Road and tiie meeting is open to tto 
public as w^ as the memtorship of 
the Council of Civic Organizations. 



Smimelass 



the YMCA wHl to offering • MK^ 
1^^ swimmt^ class tor adults start<^ 
ini My vm. Tto class wlU btofHtfi 
to nuM and women. Instnictioa wUf. 
to ^ven on all basic skilU. tt Vtgt 
to a great way to JM: M>to itopttinif 
SBmrner, while turning tow to svi:. 
EjIfM class stastons. For regiftnUai 
and umnam toformatioo, eotMt m' 
YMCAat«t2^2t. 



Performing artist 



Tto summer of'77 wlU ttmn iWiti 
Performing Arts Program to ttM eMf 
parks of Virginia Beack. ThisKOpUi 
is sponsored by tto ViniiaU Ma^ 
DepertmMt oi Partes k RecreatUi aal 
perfornunces are geared eqiecM^ISf 
children. The schedule is as kikm^ 



Saturday, July 9, 3 p.m. -NonragiM( 
Lady - Tto J A J Daacera". ? 

Satarday, July 16, 8 p.m. ' lit 
Trashmore - "Sleeping Beauty". 

Satordaf, July 23, S p.m. - ^ 
Wing Park - "The Zig Zag PuHwts". 

Saturday, July 30, 8 p.m. - Mt. 
Trashmore - "Seatock Community 
Players". 

Saturday, August 6, 3 p.m. - Rwt 
Wing Park - "Ptqipeto to toe Part"> 

Satorday, August 13, 3 p.m. - Mtr 
TnshmOro • "VioUttons". 

Satonky, August 20, 8 p.m. - f'rtoi: 
cess Ame Parte - "Tto Pai^omim# 
Theatro Company". ^ 



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For furtoer information conceratof : ""'t'- 
Ms proftram cMitoct toe Virgittto Beadi 
Hecreatum Cmter at 800 Monaioitfi 
Lane or 499-1281. k 



Parenthood 



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Monday evening scheduling of tiitf^ 
vices has been announced by Pln^ 
ned Parentiiood of Tidewater Virt 
ginto, toe. at ttieir office, 222 W. IMK 
St., Norfolk. f 



Services offered are: pregnaaeytipll 

'b«, •centrteepUve co«aseUi|, ■■mm 

tiStf 'bouBseilng, ^approprtoto toMf 

mation and/or referral nude for ait 

inquiry received. 

- * 

Monday hours aro 9 a.m. to 9 p.iil 
Tuesday toKMigh Friday 9 a.iB. w 
4:30 p.m. Tto telepboae muAtr fti^ 
informatira and ^ipototoaento to ilSf 
5S91. ; 



ieach man elected byVAIA 



Beach dancer accepted for study In Europe 



l^el J. Arris, Prei^ent 
oil Broim - Arrto 'i Um- 
torne. Inc., Virginto fiMCh, 
hu been elected SeereMiry- 
freasuror of toe Vlftinto 
Jtosociatioo of Insuruice A|- 
«Rto at toeir 79to Annul 
pooventioo held at the WU- 
liamstorg Convenfikm edi- 
tor, Willtomsburg, Vir - 
ilttia. 



land and began his career 
to innrams* as an agirat for 
CooMettoit General Ltte to 
1960. to 1962, to vDtored toe 
agwKy tosiness as a part- 
n«- to Swindell PoUodt to- 
swatoe, predecmsor to Ar- 
ris, Mi^bon, EtoerK^^. tac, 
floe (A toree predecessor 
«a|*rtti(»s to Brown - Ar- 
ris -Langhoroe, toe. 



A Past President of tiw 

Mr. Arris to a grwluate Vininto B«ich Assodirtitm 

Of tto Univer^ of Mary- (tf tosurance Agento, Arris 



Patricia Gower 

^-H All Star 
[meinber 



has also served toe Virginto 
iMoelirtioB Hi Insurance A- 
geato as a committeeman and , 
as second Dtotrict Director. 

His dvic activities include 
past Pi%sidency of toe Oc- 
euia Lloos Ctob, to« Thalto: 
Civic Leagne and toe Tto-: 
Ua Elementory PT A. Mr. Ar- \ 
ris tos toen a Little League 
Coach for tto i»st four years, 
and to a past Chairman ofi 
tto Board of tto TtoOto Uni-^ 
ted Methodtot Church. 




i Mricto Gower of Virginto 
IBwwh h|is reached theirtn- 
': ucle of her a^ve and ded- 
; ioated 4-R lumtorship. 

Tricia, tto 17-yi«r-old 
da^hter of Mr. aotf Airs. 
John L. Gower (tf Arthonf 
Wayne Cairt, was recently 
inducted into tto ytrginto 
-< 4-H All-Stars, a natiwial 
honor society and service 
branch of toe 4.H oittn*- 
zation, 

Tricia tos tott artive in 
"Vlrgtoto Beachil-Hformore 
tton five yearti, first as a 
memtor of tto 4-Hl^^ls. 
She was tto only gU-l to^r- 
tttlpate to^^«*l^^« 
Is )^^,tmM. 

, »^ pr#HiW«t nf thf 
^onor Clu 

icit wt» *m^ IW 
OP 4.H metotow Mm 



Vii^U inducted toto toe 
All-I^n. Tto orgaaizattoo 
is Mti(«al to memtorship 
twt mly a few east coast 
states tove ctoi^efs. 



Loyola grad 



Charles H. Gandreau, Jr. 
of Virginto Bwch, was ro- 
cently awarded a tochelor's 
degree during commrace - 
ment exerolses told by Lo- 
yoto University, New Or- 
leans. 

Over 450 oMtefgraduate 
and grwlttte «tod«^ were 
presented degrees iqr Rev. 
James C. Carter, S. J., 
Mimrsity presUeni. 




Daniel J. Arris 



Heidi S. Robitshek.amem- 
tor of the professional Vir- 
gtoto Beach Ballet Company, 
tos toen accepted for the se- 
cond time to three years to 
attend the International Aca- 
(teuy of Dance to Cologne, 
Germany. 



The academy accepts on a 
world-wide tosis (»ly toose 
individuals who exhibit ex- 
ceptional e^q)erttoe in toe 
field of dance. Tto school 
faculty is composed of to- 
ternationally known instroc- 
tors irtio excel in toeirparti- 
cutor discipltoe. 



Ms. Robitshek will concen- 
trate on Uie Russian Dances, 
ctossical ballet, dance com- 



position, and ctoreograi^y. well as in toe United Stotes, Beach BaUet, Tidtntoff 
Ms. R(A>itstok has danced and to one of sto dancers first professional ballet c«B| 
professionally in Europe as to comprise toe Virginto pany. ^ 




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(dioice. Th^ tab is |t.95. 
The top price on the dinner 
amiu is 15.75. 



The price tables the 
IHmhiGt, So ntre is ttweon- 



Unatloa of good food and low 
V^m that you might be 
tMipted to think that RusUc 
Nail I is not for you. If you 
li^ ttat infiu«nce yo«(intonot 
try^ the ptece theh you've 
nisaed out on tbe discovery 
(tf a^^ce that's really worth 
tdUng your frieads about. 

Is thew^a secr^ ttet en- 
sU<» RMle MU t to do 
«h«t seems to be tte im- 
Woa&tM It's m secret. 
9ntfiQrti9tt 1* wtet tt's all 
OeM. .1^ ctef wte per- 
tSi4B» Q» kitchen mgic «t 
Rustte Mail I Isfierb^ttGtb- 
s(w. At 73 jmnvi i«e, he's 
brinil^ the sUUs ^ many 
ymrs in w«U-icno«nnNtau- 
ra^ to ^pttronaatJbiMc 
M«U. In ndewtter, be tas 
worked bi tl» kttehens at 
Omni and tW JoDy Ox. 

'Hiere'a j« awtber #r- 

fH^^R»«f lt««m Wt. ne 
setHr^ is pnmjik and 
fllMdly. S(^ If fim'n «l#er 




'^^Neighborhood 
Ta vern 

Fommrif Qi^m Bm km 

Under Mew OraersM^ 

DaUr Lunch ^imilsl - 

Fnm)*f^tpPt^ 

Friday Sfi0cM' 6 to 9 p.m. 

All the fish you can eat *3^^ 

Saturday SpaeM -6 to 9 pju. 

All you can eat steanmd shrimp *S»s 

3733 Bonnay ftot^ • $49-8447 



Now tttat you'v« trM the Jolly 

t»M A Jolly that, and vMtad alt 

th« Railroad Stations in town- 

|Ce^ Am ai fasfe tha most Dafie^tm\ 

Pt^m Rib & Steaks 

in Tidewater^ te^os A J 

(«1MSV 



S«nred Daily 
' t p.m. 



Ghet i^f^m &tmmfmfonfk 
tfie kItcNn mage 

Ciola^s '•"•c"jisr/''- 

"Remember It's The Snu 
That Court: 

TASTE TEimPTIMG SPEClAtS: 

♦Shrimp Marianara or Scampi style 
^ ooora-^^^ta 



Rustic Nail: enjoy a fine meal 
without spending a week's salary 



to dine and be oo yonr way, 
tine. But, if you'd prefer to 
Uiier. over your meni or 
even tptna^ telaziog hour 
or two talking with your 
(Unner^MUl^ there'U 
te ny^ ftiWKto hurry 
you on yotff «ay. Instead, 
you'U continue to receive 
fine service witb refilled 
coffee cups or freshened 
drinks. 



Rustic Nail is open daily 
dron 9:30 a.m. until 2 a.m. 
Business and professional 
people drop in during: the 
mening bears i»r coffee. 
Many of them are regulars. 
After <»e or tw visits, 
•wj^WB's a rifUaf at 
RM^ NaU and p-eMed m 
« flnrt^iMM ba^, Tbe tong 
(Mnaal^ taUes are pc^- 
ular i^ tte (U^ patrms. 
Ce^tamn miof a relaxed 
and AA«iAy casuraderie 
with (»e aaoteer over morn- 



ing coffee or lunch. 

Ltipeh is served at the 
Rustic Nail from 11 a.ffl. 
until 5 p.m. Tbe extended 
lunch hour is, again, for tbe 
coBtdBieaee of business and 
professional people whose 
lunch hour often varies 
widely from day to day 

The luncheon menu fea- 
tures sevttialdifferMit Items 
each day including soups, 
salads and sandwiches and 
several hot luncbeob spe- 
cials. Soup and t sandwich 
is Available for $1.40 and 
prices range to |2.3S for 
marinated steak served with 
soup or salad and vege- 
tatries. 

Tte tMffi that works at 
the VttUc Mafl I is Just 
that, a t«m. They all work 
toi^^m to make the 
M^Mj, relaxi^ atmos- 
^ert ttat is tbe Rustic Nail 
tra<te«ark a ^iily rnility. 



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-jfienlng Spec/a/f: 

4.96 10, TWO 

July 1- July 31 i 

Choica ona par paraon ^ 

(SERVED WITH FRIED RICE) 



^(^iper ftlMkk 

*Mongollai Beef 

*Kaif-Po€ld«kM 

SwMtiadSetrPork 

Chicken Cbiw Mtln 

Sweet 4 Sow fish 

*HOT A SPICY 
Daily LuttdietM Specials 
11:30-3:00 Mob. -Pri. 



*KwC-Po Shrimp 

Beef Fried Rice 

AliAa Cboppen Sirhite Steak 

Steak Terlyakif»l.»««r^ . 

SUili.Kebab(|i.0Oextea)^t 










RESTAURANT PAGE 

BY 
Marilyn J. Watfar, Editor 

TomSli^o, AdviMgr. 



Va. Bea«h. Va. I345S 4»f-^i 

Enjoy a Cocktail from 'The Other Room 

A Bewitching Extravaganza 

2 Complata Friad Chlckan Dinnort 

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Wednesday, ^ly 13. 19?7 



Thrm m gone for 'Rollercoaster^ extra 



Riding the rails to stardom loses its sparkle 






By BLABI THURMAN 

1^ AU« W«ttldA't u^bA riittBC ^ rotlenlMStec ttOcmn 
Vlvv 4dn, m to <pxrte B.B. Kl^, "tte ttariU is gone." 

Of <^ttrse. m one osin bUune him. since rMli% tb« speeAng 
r^ «Mrt ff> Umm to tiw apic« ^ a t«w <iays wcwld more 
ttu UMf ^ulv •«» tiw mtffit ardeot roUercMster atfecttoB- 
«|0M. Id tect, AltM was (me. and may still be one. ^tbragli 
teJ^ y^tft k(¥ ab(»rd since his{»rtici^tioa in the newljr 
relMS«d movie "RoUetxoastef," 

Not .ooly did Alba li^arn about wAiran(» roUercoaster 
rldliB, somethinc few of ever g^ to,orlKve to, etpBHmact, 
b«i be learned about the rigors of mevit^maki^ as well. 
And if two weeks without sleep is the norm, AU» would Just 
an^niciate not being discovered t^^^yimd. 

Alba, who DOW lives towaitls pi nortti «bA of Virgiida 
beteta, had moved to the Oean View secUon irf RorfoUc 
last year, from Connecticut, when he was a psychiatric 
counselor. He spent abo^ a m<wth «M|^|toyed, trying 
to find a job in social w(m%. It wis at ti^liime when tte 
creW from Universal Studios inraded T^emter to shoot 
thefUm. 

"I was watching T.V. ia ny apartment," esplained 
Albi, "and a news stcuy said t|ttt wwinidoyed people cduld 
get4obs as extras In the moiie. All v« had to do was to to 
the unemployment office and fill out a form. I did tliat the 
next day, and as soon as I filled out the applicaticn, they 
gave me a number to call for easting. I went outside to 
a piMM booth feeling so j»yched ttat J was going to be 
In a morle that I could hardly coital oiysetf." 

There was, however, a problem."^ "The Dumber I dialed 
was iNi»y every time I tried it," sakl Alba, "sol raced 
home to keep trying. I c^ed for hours without ever 
. gctttngtbroucb." 

"Finally, I thought, the beclc with it, but I was real 
dlsappointei|< Two or three (toys later 1 came home at 
three in the nKralng., and just for kicks tried again, and 
it was stlU iMsy. 11^ I reaUud I wasn't ^oing to be in 
a novie." 

His luek soon changed for the better, however, and the 
next day be landed a Job at tbe Human Resource Institute in 
/jloaffolk. Nevertheless, the dlssapolntment of not being in 
"Yawvie lingered. 



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Ah, but there is perserverence, and Alta displayed his, 
by driving cwt to &xm View tm that, tte initial night ot 
shO(rti^r- "Ttere were hundreds of pe(^e bulging (A to 
the otttsMe ffttM,*' faid Alba, "Just watcbit« the peo|de 
who had been cb(»eB to be ortras." 

Afta was stiU deters^ned to be ooe of those extras, and 
wandered up to tlw qien gi^e, guarded by a single seotinal. 
The guard's attention vns diverted momentarily, and Alba 
was inside. Moments later he had tilled out his w-2 form, 
and was being instructed almig with a couple hundred 
other extras by director Fred Goldstone, whose credits 
indnde "Jaws." 

"Gbldstc»e told us ttiat we had to be on tbe set from 
six to six," said Alba, "Oat's why they wanted unemployed 
feopU, and I had Just gotten my job. But 1 wasn't the only 
not. There were wme tamatic teachers and oUier employed 
pe(qde as craze as I was. 

"After a two-btwr break while the set was prepared, 
we s!brtld shooting. Scen«i where we Just waOced around 
havi^ ftu ^ an amusement park. 

"We ffot (^ at six in the morning, I sl^ for an hour, 
a^ went to work. I got off work at 4:30, rushed home, and 
showered, iHit I was so tired I didn't wi^ to go back to 
the pait. 6ol&ti»e had made us commit owselves thmigh, 
and r£(nt»d myself to r^urn. ;« 



"Pe(^e were bringing slewing bags, because 
of the tlin^ was spent waiting betwem se^es. " 



most 



Evm wi^ the cat-naps the extnus could grab, restful 
sle^ was ion-existant for those with day J<A>s. "For five 
days I didn't get any sleep," said Alba, "and I walked 
aroimd work like a xombie. I rested over the we^end, 
but by WecQJesday of the next week, I was so beat I was 
going to quit" 

As fate would have tt, that night was the night the 
people were selected to ride the rollercoaster for the 
opraing scene of tbe movie. "I had blloi asleep in an 
important raertfng ^t day," recalled Alba, "and even 
tho^ I went to the part that night, I was (^Ing to leave. 



Then Ckildstoae »id the m^ important part of the movie 
TOS going to be sh(4, and everyone went wild. For 15 
minutes he told us that if we were picked, tint we MUST 
be here evei7 night, we MUST wear summer clothes 
(tt was winter), if we had day Jot» we MUST make the 
necessary sacrifices, and that we MUST ride that roller- 
coaster 50 or 60 times in three days." 

He couldn't resist. He was selected as <»ie of ^18 
extras that constitute the rollercoaster riders that race 
the trade before the crash sc«ie takes place. 

"I revived as soon u I was picked," said Alba, "but 
then I wondered if I Iwl done the rli^t thii« since I was 
so tired and also because we had to wear summer clothes 
in 35 degree weather." 

Displaying true show-biz spirtt. Alba arrived the next 
evening for the first shooting of the ride. "I got <» the 
second seat of ttie second car," remembered Alba, "and 
after we all t<A on, we rode the rollercoaster 2? straight 
times. They Just left tt running. 

"I was nervous the first time, but after a while, I got 
used to tt. But at work, I couldn't remember what dav 
ft was." 

The next night, fatigue reigned. "I was sort of sleeping 
(m the rollercoaster with my arms to the air. We finished 
at abort 4:30 and I figured we were through for tbe night, 
so I wmt home. At seven, the phone rang, and it was the 
assistont director cussing "IBk -out. I tried telUng him) 
hadn't sle|>t in two weeks, but he didn't care. 

"It torned oat they had shot the rollercoaster scene 
again, and when they loaded up, there was an empty seat 
and had to throw away the film." 

Finally the shooting ended, after about 60 rollercoaster 
rides. "I stoM>ed counting at 47," said Alba. 

"I rode the rollercoaster so many times," he said, 
"that I knew every turn and bump by heart. I Could tell 




II 



Rollercoaster rider Bob Alba 



if we went around a corner faster than before, or if there 
was a new sound I hadn't heard before. That would b(kher 
me." 

When the movie premiered in Tidewater a few weeks 
ago. Alba was at the first show to see if he was in a movie 
or on the film editor's cutting room floor. He spied him- 
self on a couple brief occasions, but the free pass to tbe- 
rollercoaster he received for seeing the movie's premiere 
stts unused in his wallet. 



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Photos by Chartos Erwin 



Officdr B.M. RichniMi spokt to tht parade 
participants about bikf saMty. 




AnHToximately thirty ymm- 
gsters participated in a re- 
cent bicycle parade spon- 
sored by the Riverton Civic 
League. 



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Parading ymugste 
tened to a lectore on bicy- 
cle safety presented by Vir- 
ginia BMch Police Officer 
B. M. Richman. Following 
the parade and lecture, par- 
tic^iiuits enjoyed refredi - 
ments and a visit from the 
Jack-in-^-Box ctown. 

Prizes for bicycle decora- 
tidns were awarded to three 
age groups to three differ- 
ent categories. 

Awards for tbe prettiest 
bicycles were preseirted to: 
Holly TbODVsoB, S yours and 
imder; HeaUier Thompson, 
6-8 y»rs and Glna Nogle, 
9-11 ynrs. Most decorative 
Ueydes wereeotnvdby: Aa- 
rai llnaas, 5 years and ai- 
der. I^e Hobbs and Kevin 
HndKs. 6-8 jmn; aadChris 
Hormr, 9-11 ywrs; Prisu 
for ni^ origi^ bicycle de- 
<»ratiMis went to: Morton 
Yeoig, a yMrs and onder; 
Wbltaey Roberts. 6-1 years; 
and Pan FttsgMaU, 9-11 
^ars. 




TIm ^(A-in-tlw-Bex elown visttad wttti 
Rii^rtM ymmgstcrs aftar ttia bicycia par- 



Paga Hobbs and Kavin Hudson won tha "Most 
Dicorativa" award with thoir zoo car. 




Vffii^wy «obarts' <»varad wagon. "Cdi* 
fomia or Bust" was namad "MostOriginai.- 




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"^ " "s Mt Rwsian lor jet;, mjet- 

iwiM bj tke IMT by BMptt al 

v«. atlMeeltM. "Vel»v« 

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ml a koftt, and Uowscd as Mcb, tnt it 

rtMtt b kfcM to a boat as it doat to a aid, 

iittlc. It U aM-wortbr tbo««b, avt ridan 

^-'ate ftraadoa o( notaaait oac* tb«y 

astbarrtirlOO yinki ft«m tb* sbora. 

\* tbay want," aaM Baaoet. ")aat 

itrht of my a»eoi1 boat." BaaMt, 

Oft tbe }ct-akl> tnm a notor 



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"tbtf can 

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oraiEotb^ 
boat. 

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Sauat eaiaa b YUJEtai* Bcaeb froaa RiebsKad a eaqda 

MrtHia«|o. «llb tba aola parpdaaofiivaclilcla a Mwlaeis. 

"1 .vaAM to git ialo aaytUnc ralatad to ptoaavre, nto* 

fcaka after I |ot bare, I waa ia bMlrieaa, 

OMa 1 aat aty aiialoe sooMlbtBC, 




9wft|^fM|^ A Sn^^^N l^^^p ^W wMV ^MV^AHB^nVj 

ib hnt «ttb it, aM mekki to aufca aona mmt from It. 
Slam.Vm. lie las .||Mil»-«n. -aal Mm bM IMtlb trmMt 
. m«KtM«-'ift'lBr ilf at imr. "Tm Mm 
«Mii f»i<t::<a aaaMa fika a lot of aMMjr;" aald 
"Miiity of jiMpla eoma bade for more." 

: fe»- 9a«d ia^ tba Jat-afcis ia 41 mUaa par 
aeabKMr ^ aavat^ tbat is pleaty fMt. "Balat aadtee 
to tfea«a«tr|9li|thaflutisreaUyatbrtU. Itall>oi,tt'b 
abcH^arMa." 

Ha^t^ «ialwiar fdl off a apaadim iat-akl,. <iM« te 
no daaiar a( It thMi «a fM a stniiiM aoHve to £«r«va, 
tbajr tHuitf air^ afwad ttM mim"Mu" ia ariaa- 
Hem radtai iatU A cw ba ■waBed.oftea acabL 

9!HMt «as also «Bkk to poM oat bow teJafkaJat- 
aU if. "tfeara tri ta y wpigiara to <^ •«»• •« «fMe tt 

tHititM' aaiJliarjtiiiiiwfli 

Bbcft or tba aiebliM c«t BaaMt aboit mOD. iatba 
ia K9tt| to tt laaat ito«atf*evea on bU lamaMltbf tte 
aoMMT's aad. "I doat |mw if aayow iraM wart toda 
tbit ta tba wtttbr te 4 vk artt," aaM BaaMt. "ao I may 
biad]f»««loyid«Ma.'< 

Oa^liiaft/itamy's J«t-SBU will probable aattafy amfly a 
lo^tatt-tfaafew; 



{f^a pbMoa by luor iwlMa; 

Kenny Bennet shows how to stand on a Jet-sW 




Bemet repairs a jet-sW 



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->^ Plaza goes for three 







The Plhta SCbl 
All - Stars win ttgxui, i. 
quest for their third st: 
District Eight crown when 
they take on Vlrf Inia Beach 
in a double ellmiiuUlon tour- 
naraeat at tba Naval Air Sta> 
tloD on July 18 at 1:S0 p.m. 

The following boys were 



selected for tbe Plasa All 
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Tlmmr H« 
Jones, Charlie Jooes, 
Mercy, Larry Miller, Joe^^ 
Millis, Harold MiUb, Baaa^", 
Soggs, Jay Talley.aad Jimmy ,,^ 
WbitsQO. MaaagingwlllbeJoe**' 
Millis and Monty Jooes. 



TRIPLE 
A TURE 



StartaJujy 18 



Wesleyan camp to teach 3 sports 



Every MONDAY 



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l^sts 



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Buck-a-Bisket 

A basket of 
Mundikim $ 4 OO 
fciroiiiy * 

timtt 2 per oistbmer 



Tix^^^ Ved^g^uColtege 

la apamoriac ite fii^ AU. 

|%Mrts Cu^ ia tt«me- 

i water area, leataizlat ia- 

i^ni^loa te 80*K«r, bi^»t- 

ibaUaalbaaeball. 

TN OuB9 iMtt oOh' hm 
wpmtt aatitBit tat^W^ 
iB-U aad Mytt>Maadia 
fim to la yoiBigftiitt itfw 
I-IS. Ut^am b«i^ ^ 
$ a.m. aad are orar aseb 
d^ at 3:30 p.m.. Sndaato 



win be grouped fbr in- 
sta<«eftoa aad team play in 
tte 9«t ef tbeir talaetlaD, 
a4»»^ri^ to tbeir age and 
abittty; 

Tbe riaft for tbe program 
will be beaded aad aiver- 
vitod Igr tbe pnfcaaloaally 
fBall;ted coaeUag team of 
Tirj^Bla Wesleyaa, iadading 
Dni FMityth, Athletic Di- 
«a^r and varsity hasfcettaU 
coa^ Tow^ ToMi^ad, 



varsity' bas^Ul a»(ft, aad 
Bill Davis, rarstty mxcN 
CMCh. Coach Fw^Ui, ate 
was named IMiie AiMbaU 
CMch (A the Y^r ta IVn, 
will mne as IXrect(tf. 
Assisting him will be Towny 
TowaaMd, varsity baseball 
coach, who spent 2 1/2 years 
Witt B<ste Red Sox wgaai- 
zation; Md BiU Davis, 
va^tjp miwet eoa^, vrt» 
idayed soccer at Washii^tai 



University in ^. U>^ and 
led WeslQ^aa to its first 
soccer <^iei^we ctem- 
j^Mship this past y^ur. Tte 
Vlifinia Wesli^m staff will 
be si^Mierted Iqr out- 
standi^ |dayer« and cc^hes 
from tte sd^aiiic, col- 
legiate aM ^^«sk>nal 
iMds. 

Tlw ^rts Camp will 
center its adivlt^ around 
the bra^ mw niUioa dollar 



Van H. Ciwil^jibam Qfm- 
Msium, foitMtif a bardr 
wood IttiaEettaAl cowt. 

Applications from inter- 
ested boys and girls, ages 
8-15, will be act 
through July IS for the 
seasioa aad throogh July I 
for the second seasioa. Fc 
information about ngta^?^. 
trkUon call 461-3232. ei(^^:.t 
303. 




Beach anglers holding tourney 



Every Tl^SDAY s^ 



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CLAIRS 



L»r»t 2 do^en per customer 



UMll Fai^ M^mi 




Tte Wrgbda Bentt An- 
glers CUttttteCttyjEtf 
ViifMiBeauA are ipon- 
tte med Aannl 
&ttB Boat MaHiaTowM- 



RMrt m Aogost 13 and 14. 
Tte Tmi^mort is for 
b»ts U feet aad uder 
and ttere is a Umit tf ISO 
brats. 



Cash aad trofUes will 
be awarded for blue marlin, : 
iMte marlin, sailfish,tnna 
di^in, waboo, and 
a^ut. Entry fee 
^boat. 







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CRULLERS 100 



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03y In arid day oi^^u 
find you need that extra ciink. To 
help you through ttiat n>eettno. To 
tielp you (dee the fdmliy. And 
everyday that extra drink becomes 
another esdra drink. Arxj tt hurts. 
Write or catlin confidence 
for focti on tt>e program tOr 
the treatment of alcoholism, in a 
comfortable, cartng atmosphere. 
Spe^"^ 'xr» help you face <he 

day : tt>at exlra drtnk i*^^ 

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while like Norman 

M£U|>.^ iuisiii i>«» man without a school. 

But all's well that ends well, and the 

Ol^ttr teflketbftll purer from Bay* 

id^Hi)!^ ha£ committed hjm«air \c 

. irfinia Wesleyan College. 

^u|>9, vbo as a 6-4 ccintm, ibd 
tlw Marlins in scoring (17.8 ppg), re- 
bounding (11.3) and who blocked 100. 
shots this season, had planned on 
playing for Guilford CoUege.hopefully 
on a sefaoUrshlp. His brother, Elton 
Gross plays there, aadoneof his coach- 
es at Bayside, Conrad Parker, attended 
GttiUord, and had sold BiUups on the 
North Carolina school. 

All that changed however, whenBUl- 
iQMS went to Guilford for a look-see. 
"I mts tuned ott 1^ the ^ch," said 
Mllttps last week, '*he didnt treat me 
t^my I ejected to be truted. 
mpt 1 got back 1 toM Mr. Faiter 
«bi|tan:^^ed, a»l he wnrte tte coach. 
f^mmAUvA^ me aletterofapolc^, 
llSiJII^ inil to go tbti«uy more." 
;iMli^ tad pot a!0 Us^gs in 
kiA. Cmcbes fromcAbersetools 
I about hisai^labflitr, only 
n^l^id IMit lie 1^ ^ otfGttfl- 
asa 8illq» was 1^ boMkig the 

thing though, Paiicer (»wtacted 



i4iliui»s went to see him tiillupb was 
a soft-sell. "Forsyth is a nice guy," 
said Billups, "he's got a good attitude 
and I knew I wanted to play for him. 
He said he thought they could use me 
In their program. He acted like a 
friend." 

The rub i|, that being a Division IB 
setaolt Wm^ji is not allowed to of- 
fer setolarshi^. 

"Foreyth toU iBe to look around and 
SM irihat I entld Hnd, and if I couldn't 
gM a sdKdannup, I could come back. 
Id^t evMloi* anwM." 

BUiq^ isper^etly ^tisfied with 
hls^cistoB. "People keep asking me 
why I picked Wesl^an," noted Bill- 
«is, "M I'm not ttat b^, just tall 
airi sktany, and I want to play more 
ttao at iMst three or four y^^rs. And 
besMes, I Uve Just around the comer." 

BtUvps is^tmdli^thesQnmerwoik- 
iag tortiw tirginia Beach Department 
of Parks and Recreation as a train 
driver on the boardwalk. It's not too 
bad aj<rt>,'' said Billups, watchii« a 
comdy miss sawter by. "I'm going to 
nu^r ia i^reatiM I tiii^, and try 
to (to something like- this for a livii^." 

Right how, his major concern is his 
imees, which have a history of not work- 
ing properly. "My left knee pqiped «it 
when J mts in Junior high," reisalled 
Billups. "It hurt like crazy.' Li^iid 




Joe is coming 



"anokln" Joe Frazrer, ex-heavywei^ 
champion boxer of the world, wilt be at the 
Virginia Beach Dome on July 21 and will 
sigi autographs. %)orts Promotions Service 
has scheduled fights with four boxers from 



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Norman Billups 



gets to ^ add raaUy botheira me. I'm 
afraid to let thedoctor iterate, because 
If sonethii^ wMit -ntaag, I might not 
be able to iday basketball any more." 

Dra't ibrget the r^ ka^. "I crack- 
ed my r^ iONeoq) la the tenth game 
of my Junior yiar la high school against 
Kellam. Hat mui it tor &e season." 

If Us knees hold up in collie, he 
could be a formidable player. Not only 
is 6-4 a good height for a Division 
ni school, he plays taller than that. 
A h^h Jumper on the track t«im, BUl- 
iQM has cl«ired 6-3. "I hope I get to 
play forward," said Billups, "colters 
takeab«itii9." 

Summers are for taking it easy, and 
basketball seascn will cooie socw 
eoouj^. NK'nuB Billq» likes it cm the 
boardwalk, aad he is excited about 
Wesle^n. AU's weU that eads well. 




thurmon 



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[Frazier's stales in Philadelphia, and the 
[man who knocked down Ati will put his 
I John Hancock down at 7:30 for anyone y^o 
tasks. The boxing begins at 8 a.m. 



Guy Morgan, Fjfst Colonial High's All- 
City center, attend^ the Garfinckel's Five- 
Star Basketball Camp in Pennsylvania last 
week, and returned to Virginia Beach as 
the camp's Most Valuable Player. "Sky" 
I plans to return to the camp once more this 
I summer in preparation for his senior year. 



For any of you who think that the Vir- 
ginia Beach Recreation Center in Kempsvi lie 
is not open simply t>ecause the roof blew 
off the portion of tiie building that contaii^ 
the swimming pool, well, don't think that. 
The i^est of the facility is in fine wvorking 
order and is there for you to enjoy. 

The Virginia Beach Basketball Camp is 
still accepting applications. Ronnie 
Valentine from OiXI, ex-San Antonio Spur 
Skeeter Swift, Jerry Schellenburg of Wake 
Forest and possibly soon tiie Washington 
Caps, among others, will be present for 
team and individual instruction. Call Alton 
Hill at 486-6487 or Leo Anthony at 486- 
4268 or 422-3284 for further info. 



Bayside Hi^ basketball coach Johnny 
Dollar is spending the summer in Baltimore, 
playing professional slow-pitch softball for 
the Monuments, who lead their league by 
about four games. Dollar missed the first: 
six weeks of the season with an injury, but ' 
in his first game last wedc, went two-for- • 
two and drove in three runs. 



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ThaVs not a yacht! 



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Yacht club's regatta features fun 




By BLAIR THURMAN 

When the Riverton Yacht 
Club holds a regatta, as they 
did ova- the wedteod of th« 
fourth, they are determined 
to test not only the nautical 
skills of its membe|rs, but 
to test various survival 
skills which are sometimes 
vital^to the serious sailor. 

Like beer-drinking. And 
canoe Joustl^. ""^^ 

Ifleats that iocaude'Br^ 
gaultog aod.koodKiog nuMi 
(nt of canoes has anyOii^ 
to dowlttireal^chtlng, well. 



doat tell anybody in the RYC, 
they don't want to know about 
it. 

You see, yachts hardly 
eater into the picture. "We 
only sail sunfish," explained 
RYC member Charlie Erwin, 
"it's all sort of tongue-in- 
cheek." It is obviously also 
beer-in-cheek. Winning the 
beernMnking competitira, a 
hallowed ' honor, was Len 
Laoinwrs, whose style and 
techBiqu<^^|ia sW hl^ 
been ph^^pd ^ t^ ' 
page. 

And that Jousting business, 
seconding to Prwin, is Just 



a continuation of last year's 
Super Bowl involvi^ the 
Oakland Raiders and the 
Minnesota Vikings. 

Frisbee thi^wing, and 
sack races filled the rest of 
the day. 

Oh yeah, and some sailing. 

"We're Just^stHne couples 
who enjoy sailing," said 
Erwin of the RYC. * 'We're 
allcommodores, no ooe is in 
charge. We're aUt«qial»d 

It looks like thajr got some- 
thing dode. What, exactly, is 
a little obscure. 



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Automatic 

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Loaded with extras 

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Frottiy-mouthedLen Lammers hoWs Ns mug atoft in triumph 
as Charlie Stout, Ken Wood and Bob Johnson finish the 
beer drinking contest 






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Steve Lammers tosses a Frisbee into target 



iCharSe Erwm, Andy Andre, Charfie Stout, and Len Wood go 

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Also SM Jos Frazisr 

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Almost everyone who ever sang or puyed discovered 
as * teenager that ONE performer said it ALL in a way 
that was so RIGHT for that youngster. And one fabulous 
day he discovered that be could an>roximate his idol's 
sound and style. Although he usually learned to blend 
his own personality into it, he would to this day tive Us 
left ear, hand or vocal cord to BE that^wrson. Often that 
trend-setter was Sinatra, Streisand, Elvis, Ray Charles, 
Jimi Hendrix, or Errol Gamer. For William Bumell it 
was Nat "King" Cole. 

For five years Burnell has been a fixture at Caesar's 
in the Plasa area. Most restaurants don't last five years, 
and one reason is that they change entertainers more of- 
ten than tte Gabors change taustands. Caesar's knew a good 
tUng when they heard It, and so will you, if you catch him 
Tuesday throu^ Thursday, 7:30-10:30, Friday or Saturday 
8-12, or Sunday 6-9. 

Burnell has the usual rig of organ, electric piano, 
electronic rhythmner, and voice. He does it all well from 
"eowitry* to jau, b«t mainly walks the mhkUe-Une. Vo- 
cally, he inserts suggestions of Sam Cooke, Ray Charles, 
Sinatra, and Brook Beoton (now THERE was a STYLIST). 
B«t when he does Nat Cole's "Mona Lisa' you 'U be BACK 
at that school dance or wherever. You'll smell ber perfume. 
You'll be a Billion goosCbompe tnm scalp to sole. If your 
haar dtaen't atand (mwdym haw no "soul." 

TteK oulgta be a tow ttet for every record pLajrM by 
ItateM OM the m ^m have to follow it by one by her 
fiM«r, Nat. A whcde f ontfatfcw Ns naver beard bidi. And 
many who did, wver Inew ttgt he ms pitibehly eves better 
at Um ^ano. But gr^t ^u^s make less money than 
poor sing^. il jmu like Oscar Peterson's piano yoa.know 
whom he idifliied; he e^ mde hte onlyvociUalbufli 
imitetiiv Nat. 

Burnell uU be delved to rMurrect "Route 66", "Swe^ 
Lorrala^," and fX»r Cote ctessics. He'll oflter Mch CM- 
temporaries as "I Wont Last A Day Without You." And 
how lom since |KM h«Hrd viM^«|W M* 

ft sure to ask for the ^tra thriUer Vioi tJTiU B« Ify 



Music. ' 

Sane things are so gut-level OOOOOOD. Like that first 
sip of coffee in the morning. Or those rays ef Vlrtinia 
Beach SUB. Or the blues, t asked for a blu<s and was 
amnaed to bear, "Wow! It's been a loaf time." Apparently 
WllUcm feete that the predonianntly fUto «U«iM* ww't 
fo tor it The m^ BumeU plays mvbiiikmttiimiliauM 
would have like It; he may ha>e even stirred a Ihw edffiju. 
Blues and ptnno make a good marrlagej with gniter, 
probably eveu b^er; but in the 1950's U was disoovcred 
that if one ^IMI te the bluea it tethtfociutSo 
Burnell serveliPHK Ainky swing that mide Ihe Italian 
cruiiUne smell like *^1 Pood. " Hade me want to dai 
on the table and beg him not to sli^. Untoriuwitui;, a 
didn't get to hear him sing the blues, hot a few years ago 
he answered my request for that classic vocal blues, 
"Stormy Monday." Like his idol, Bumell lenvet you won- 
dering: te he better as a singer or j^yer? But then again, 
it's so good either way that, "Who cares?' 

William started as a reader. A church organist. Like 
so many musicians his first Job came 04 Itew Year's 
Eve wlten baodlenders scrape the bottom of the barrel. 
By his own admtesioo it was BAAAD. And he MEANT 
b-a*d, not g-o*(»>d. He progresaed to working with such 
local stalwarts as Barbara Slant, Doug Walker, and Earl 
Swanfon, hnsbnad of Partsmo«ith's song ster Ruth Brown, 
thel came hisoimtrioattheRathskellarand vartOM Chuth 
8t. haattti...an appropriately named stre«t...(Dr the ROOTS 
of jais were the black church. 

Bumell baa appeared on the Dick Lamb Show, he ac- 
ooapaaied a star named «ho became "Qtaffui as Xing 
C(dhbeeaii«/"ltet." 

The sign Artea gave us Sarah Taugteh^CanBenM^ne, 
BUlte Holiday^ and Besste Sntth. Bom Man* It. mi, 
Nat Cole missed Aribs ^ a tew d^m. tert» vNM BtanMl 
is. 

ril be back. And BunMl b^w have s«m Mm ra^. 
That's kinds like aiftiiV if God has any Love rtndy. 



Ann Shields 



W fldieUs i» ear SMdUnt Inh/al 

jewt-old graduate ci Mary Baiuww ww^cbc mna a df- 
in psychology, te the new administrator at Lynn 
House. History has always fhscinated Asa and she fteb 
ber new position with the Association tor the Presei^. 
tioo of Vin^lnte Antiquities Interesting and educat 
Attractive, brunette, and beautifully teohed by the sum- , 
mer sun, Ann te truly a Virglnte Bench Sunshine Olbl, 



Gfrinaii Shepherds sevght by police 



Pbttee to tecridhg tor s<HBe 
very qteeiai "r«r«Jte" - 



Skippers urged fo make mheck 



Virginia boaters who wait- 
ed aU winter forthe summer 
boding season should not 
let their enthusiasm carry 
them away before their boate 
are adeqnately cfaeched out, 
the Insweance lttformatk»; 
tasttMevttms. 

CMSt Gurd bMtiip ac- 
MM $gutn patat ,a gi^ 
g p te H r e ^ iiii» tUtf iaipagi 
I* ol^tere to turn a hapiVK^-. 
liV i^ a tr^edy: swa^- 
teg^ o^si^i^, ftres. ez- 
#«idans utf ccdUsliws. 

to mi, tt« <^st Gwrd 
recorded 7,119 bmrtlng ae- 
cidente retvltiag to 1.814 
deaths, 1,838 injnrtis and 
more than ^4 v^mm to 
property damage, h Vir- 
ginte, where more ttem 
U3,000 motoriKd ^mre 
boate are ragtrtemdj, ^tt^ 
w«« UO acciite^ CMsta« 
U dMths, 39 te}uries Md 
mre ttas $177,000 to jpn^- 
erty damage. Y^ tte ^c» 
id Botfteg ftif^ Kttetttes 
tint tbMe ^ures iMbKt 



(Oif f^ per cent of tbeac- 
cidente that oecurr^. 

Boit (QMMts atd thMe 
pliAi^ to )ote toefleci 
^uld make sure a boot 
to in safe working order 
tiai know the coodUlaBs— 
n^ as water and weather*- 
to which it is safe to use 

m'ttoJuMaM tiS%, r«%(ing 
v^nge^/f^^ppg toe slate's 
many waterways, the In- 
surance Informatioo Insti- 
tute urges skippi^m to take 
a few, simple preeautiops 
before casting off. 

Three systems — duel, 
dectrical and steering, — 
tf* vital to apy craft's safe-' 
ty. They mustdo mom than 
ftuction. They must be in 
tqp working order. Connect- 
ions, fhstenlngs, protective 
(»siiigs and ether parts of 
weh system should be ex- 
pertly checked for potential 
hasards. 

The Coast Guard Auxili- 
ary irill inspect these sys- 



t«Dis as purt of Its Cmirt- 
e^ IfotortMat^^teininattott. 
ftlrlllelSdlQoiMthecon- 
fl^ntioo and wjrkii^ or- 
der of lavigatloa lights, 
sound producing dnvices, an- 
chors, and line*,, and vent- 
UaUoo systems among 
othem. 
Varloua Dtaodards h|V», 

taUons i«#fpl^J|i4ke«sn. 
struetion of bont$, and some 
regulations.have beentesued 
bf the Coast Cmri. Flota- 
tion tosures that a boat wiU 
stay afloat and not sink to 
the event of a swamping or 
eapcising. This isvttalslnce 
most boating totalities am 
caused by drownings asso- 
dated with capsiaings. If 
a bosit does capsiBe, ite 
crew sho«dd stoy «ito the 
boatr the Institste says. 

No matter ho« well de- 
signed and eogtoeered, the 
safest boat can be made un- 
sate by ]toor jndgnettt. Boat* 
era should use their craft 



only to waten |mI wMtter 
wito vdiidi itaui«^yeope. 



In addition, etch vessel 
has a eertnto lotJI capnetty, 
whether metsared 111 pounds 
or number of |ie<qde. Some 
ai#er bonti will have a 

'^'lAime tmdim,to:tM- 

" Wthtt enpadtjf. daothers 
ownera ml^ in^oim of the 
nnnnfactunr or retailer, or 
or their local Const Guard 
AudliatT for advice. 



Many bonU have alsobeen 
tested tor mailBBam q^eed 
or power output under opti- 
mal eondttteis, i.o. wfth a 
light load and cnlm waters. 
When these reeomiienda- 
ticBs are not 00 a plaque 
attached to a craft, the to- 
stltnte recofflaends ow^en 
dMck out thte data as well. 



fi^ O^otwr 31. 1992, 
Mte^astGwrd tas requb-- 
•d tt^ aU AverHtlanalmft 
toMt mmt lafsty stand- 
ards, and that sndi boat 
taavf a ^adne ittaehed cer- 
tifyteg teat thos« standards 
iaeftectnlthiditeofyxw- 
stmctioo have been met. 






To obtato details on what 
those standards are, or to 
reoheet a free Courtesy Mo- 
toitoat EjttmlMtion, eon - 
tact your dearest Coast 
Guard AuxlUary. The Auxil- 
iary also offers free public 
education classes. A home 
study program, "The Skip- 
per's Coarse," te available 
ttm (he SnpertoUuMit of 
Docttmeoto for a nominal 
11.90 ( order # 090-012'' 
OeOSO-6; Superintendent of 
Doounents, U, S. Gevem- 
neit Printii^ Office, Wash- 
ington. D.C. 200402). 



German O^terds to be? 
e(»e a part <tf tts C«toe 
Program. 



Originattag to mi vfth 
fii« totadtem lod ^irdi^, 
the prognttt wnr <»tt|isto 
(tf tmlve hantiem and dopi. 
Here are tw> teuMUers and 
dofs steti<»ed at mdk of 
tttt D^partmoit's six field 
divtotaw. 



According to Colonel D.M. 
Slane, "The use of dogs by 
the State Police has proven 
to be extremely successful. 
'Tbey''aJ^j|f"'k valuable asnit 
to da^jticeta of Uw 4|t' 
' forcehiem:'' 



The Department is re- 
questing that persons own- 
ing German Shepherds which 
appear to meet toe required 
specificatioas and who would 
like to donate or sell these 
dogs to toe Department con- 
tact either toe State Police 
office nearest them or toe 
State Police Tninlng School 
in Richmond. 



Only male German Shep- 
herds are used by the State 



Police and they must be 
registered wito toe Amer- 
toui Kennel Club. Other 
spedficatiods are that the 
degs be: between one year 
ind 18 months of age, a min- 
imum of f pounds to weight, 
at toast Jl» Inches toheight 
tt toe shoulbem, predom- 
tawtfly dark in color, wito 
erect ears and of excellent 
mwtal and physii»l healto, 



Mce an interested dog 
owi^- has contacted the State 
Ptittoe, a tratoiag instructor 
wiU vtait toe potential d6nor 




to vtew theL^j 
appears 
tag, it will 
local veteftoatd|»"^ 
sical examUtatfon. If the j 
mal is then ootttidared^ac- 
ceptable, th« (twn«r sig^ an 
agreement to donate orjsell 
toe dog to toe Department. 



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htght; remove a few at m 

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Marine Staff Sergeant 
George M. Ryan, whone «lte 
Soeonary U the danglilnr of 
Mr. and lln.DallnsL.Bogg* 
of 1617 WUdwood Drive, Vlr- 
iglnta Beach, reeeatlypnrtlci- 
pnted te the major NATO 
exercise "Dnwn Patml '77,* 
to the Madtttrmneaa Sea. 

He ih servisf as a mem- 
ber of the hendiinaiten (tf 
Om 32nd Marine Aa^klbions 
mdt (3tnd UkV)t hotevort- 
ed at Camp L«i«uaa,N.C. 'The 
»nd MAD ta the loree-to- 
rendiness tor the U.S. Sixto 
Fteet. 



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Airman Stephen C. Grtf- 
flto, son of UH. AnneUeM 
E. GrifOto of S230 Saxon 
Ptace, Tttginta Beach, has 
boM setotted tec technical 
tralAlng at ah|||trd AFB. 
T«x., to the Air Force civil 
engineering dtrnctoral and 
field 



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Navy Chief Signalman Ro- 
bnrf 8. Hinns Ql, whose wife 
Miffeirat k the dnnghter of 
Jtsie F. BoUnes of 1124 
Luke Drive. Vlrglnta Beach. 
rec4nUy pnrtteipnted to toe 
major NATO exerctee "Dawn 
>ttrol 'T?". 

Be i$ serving as a crew- 
member aboard the am- 
DUMous transport dock U8S 
KMhvftte, homaported in 
ItarMk. Rto ship is current- 
ly ol an extended deployment 
as a unit of the U.S. Sixto 
Fleet to the Mediterranean 
«ea. :^^ 

RtaM JftfMd tte Navy to 
l^Wdwr. IMf. 



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Marine Frivale Edward B. 
BlUagass, son of Mr. and 
<Mn. Michael B. nmpti^* 
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gtala Bet«h, haf 
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Navy Euilgn Brent G. GU- 
liam, son of Mr. anl Ifirs. 
Francis A. GilUam of 1640 
Old Forge Rand, Vilftota 
Beach, recently c att i &ted 
toe basic Naval Fligttf (^Mr 
Program at toe NarA Air 
Station, Mather Air Force 
Base, Callfornto. 

A 1971 graduate of KeUam 
High School, and a 1975 grid- 
uate of DukeUniverstty, Dur- 
ham. N.C., wito a teicbelor 
of arte degree, be J^ed the 
Navy te May tQ7R 



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Weselesk 

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IN aU- areas. . : 

PROSPECTS WAITING 




^IMANOMI 



SAM MORRIS 

GREAT NECK REALTY 

2256 Va. BMGh Blvd. 
Virginia Baaah, Va. 23454 

PHONE S40:074d RES. W-ItT* 




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TV and R«dio '^ 
SalM and Service 

i08 Low*»n Bridga Shopping 6antar 
Sales 340*055 1 Service 



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"Most pUcMtbat advertise 
Mwiia^nadiiM repair rmlly 
itm tt-HS&jtHi't ntw naeh- 
IM. They'll repair tlte old 
OA* U yon force tiwm to," 
stjrs Deania A. Mulkey, 
anatcr of HttfU^ BHek 
S«viBf Machine Senrioe and 
J4MUa«ee CUnie. "WeW 
llj».dMreM (Wt." he coa^- 
iies« *f • want to ttf^ yoar 
old madilBa, hut ir«|^ tell 
fo« a aew one tt.-|||.fBt«* 
ttf to." 'iA- ^ 

Mulkty, who vMfca in 

«ttli Ridiard L. Munden, o«n- 
er. of tht shop which Qp«9ad 
ia Londoo. Bridie SbasiSxt 
Cwter la j^ebruaiy, relate* 
that Bostaewlnf macfalBea 
aukj Butter from wora oat 
piiU qr iMirpper aiQutt- 
iaMr M %v n^f hrHk. 
tiM sko|» im «9«fal wnlr 
^f ifwflili laachiaw InftBe 
il«i^^ (nder on tfapbgr to 
pi'^valhat jKMit. Aad, p«9l« 
aM «s«aitf<»aUy hMogliift 
oM tpiHMttachiae tpr pff* 
Tl|». "We^aa fii »Mt. %- 
tMi^ftmi « iie«dl^ tDtCfilt- 
pll evirhtlili- aaya Mdifey. 

t1ietti>i^Beaelr8*«taf 
Itaddtte aad Ai«Uaae«CUol<; 
ii; a .iwnat«e idatloii Ibr 
•11 h$tum fceviiii mik- 
fm :M4 imrat fianfiliB 
aod^ aaH Ifeey a# Mialt 
all nikef, iBcladtac Siiftr 
ttd JbiMMre. He ihqpr itf-' 
fM« ^>day aarvice^, 
nil fdiM eaies of mlooNHtf 
|ltfrMiMt*,:''whUeyoai«ft" 
jMnr^^fOcalUc. 

in i^jiiMoB to hone wv- 
iai: iMidyaK i^air, Mnato 
IhiHif have an iadhB' 
Jgld^ dolw work lor 

^m^jtSkU^Kfn, flttBl- 

lirt IhlflMCuttawra as well 
it'lAlvy oittract woit. the 
tbpAUo dtoes wcTfc for pea- 
Wt^MpHdM and otbel>itt- 
dahtariM who asehafstitcMBC 



bidaatriil eastomers are 
mx$»i ^0 per hour witUe 
himifiiflM Bjidiiae. rwak U 
lit jKur jmuf . ^aee iioet 
repain ein be aeediapUdied 



io less than an hour, the rat- 
es are r#|Mpaht«. 

Sewiai naeblfli "tuae-ups" 
tre domi for a flat rate of 
II.9S. "Tune ups" should be 
dooe twice a year uA the 
ellalc wttl send Mhindhrs to 
eastomer* who want to^keep 
their mliehlnes in teptoodi- 
tioa. 

Repair work which eatails 
a mimbs^ of hoii^ 1« figured 
on a flattentrafit rate which 
is beasiEdal to the customer.. 

RefaiPdIess «1 the extent 
of nSjim, Vilt»la Beach 
Sewisf llkdne and Apifliance 
Clinic giyes every ttisltomer 
a complete and free estimate 
at costs before the Job is 
undertakea. 

Their jMwini machine re- 
pair^ sldMs were self taucht 
in thi uftiya when they sold 
MWBlldMttes. 

«We lid to know how to 
m lAat we'were sellUl and 
ttietw Jii^. is no uam that 
tfudiea litWing iBaehUie re- 
jpslr," llullny ttliaiitt. To- 
lether tli^ tw4 hive about 
tWMity ifkars of eqxtrience 
ia repkiitinK iai . adjusting 
iU tj^Df s«i^m|(ehines. 

In iWdD to beir sewing 
iKadiinei«iMir business, the 
two men also repair all typ- 
es of ssgiiUtiectticalvplii- 
ncesi lr#iUen4irs to water 
pies. Ji(|iirs on appliances 
are iffi^ on a flat rate 
and linndia and ilolkey indi- 
cate thM inost iQi^iances can 
be flsidi|iiickly ud simply. 

Theirs is a lost srt in to- 
day's ww'ld of pliqned Obso- 
leseeaof iMere brtAeh items 
are cait 0fr in IMPf o| new 
SIMM bnt^'Sfei^PteayMii^;'^;" 
tiott of Mliimr&ig|yi|i|li?e^cing < 
some sii^ part, 

the two mei, fKi^o^ their 
work. MfliiMMii dascribes his 
feidihis iboiit tte repair 
business very ii^itiy : 

"rs Iprt of like being a 
Ud aeMn and fstliag to play 
with aU iJm ^uigets yon were 
never flloited to touch. We 
take 'em aprt, see why they're 
not ruasing, fit 'em vp and 



put 'em ba(^ together a^ttt." 
' 9ewing machines are thek 
chief interest, however, and 
the sho^ in addition to JM- 
psJiriBg machines does cajrry 
i complete line of cabinets, 
parts and accessories. They 
also sharpen scissors. 

The Clinic offers gu^i 
lines for preventative ms^- 
tenance on ientng matdiii^. 
Machines should be keN 
clean. Aceiadtav to Munden 
and Mulkey, the new poly- 
ester threaib and fabrics cin 
really crei^ invblems bO'^ 
cause Of the fUxz that tends 
to build «p on the machine 
when polye^rs are used; 
Fuu comUned with oil isthi 
culprit thit causes many 
machines jttificulties. 

Keqdng a machine ottid 
pnperly is important ihd 
they indlode that it is iiii- 
peratlve that a sowing n^di- 
ine owner know kow muo| i^ 
to use sbicf too Auch or Um| 
little wlU cause proUwHi*' 

Proper regvlatlim of t^ 
tension is necessary Am: the 
satisfactory working 6t i 
machine as wtil as the use 
of a prqiwr needle correct^ 
put into the machine. Needl#k 
f^uld bf changed frequent? 
ly^Mundim and Mulkey ris^; 
commend once a month. Ai/i^ 
a sewing, machine should .bf 
kept covered when not inuAI. 



The Virginia Beach Sew^ 
Ing Machine Service and A]|- 
pUance Clinic Is planninc a 
short series of classes, tn 
home maMenance for stW'' 
„:m'machl^. InstntctkMnrai 
'.te^h ohtedsloiladjuistiBp/ 
machine cleaning, and o^ir 
preventetive maiotainence 
which will keep sewing mach- 
ines running in t(9 condition. 
The diarge will be ncunlul. 
Those Interested may fill out 
the cotqmn in this we^'s ad 
and send or bring it to the 
Virginia Beach Sewii«Mach« 
ine Service and Appliuice 
Clinic. 




SERVICE SPiKUALttTS 
MAKING CH.D F«EflD8 
WORK UKE NEW. 



No matter what nladn. model m- year machiae yo* 
have, we can osuaUy mtfw it work as wril as sane- 

aii« jmi'd bay new. So for repairs or prevottive 
sniateaaaee m yov smriM marine or vacwai cleaner, 
cfme ^ tfdialrodliee its to your tfd friend. 

iiACHntl MAINTENANCE COUP ON ■ 



Nune 

Address. 

City. 



Make A Model 



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VmOIMA BEACH 8EWINQ MACHINE 

ill Loadea Bridge awppiag Ceator 
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Call 



ari REALTX 

1 16 Lon<ion Bridga Shopping Cantar 
Virginia B«ach, Virginia 

340-8311 

Wa will glva you a f raa aat lmata of 
markat valua on your praaant homa. 




UULY SALE n 

10% to 50% off 

Most apring and summar f abrica 

Many are High Fashion name brand 
quality 'Koret of California 
•Alex Coleman , . •Jansen 
•100^ Polyester double knits 

All apring/summar fabrica muat ba 
aold bafora tha and of July 

iO:00 a.m. - 9:t0 p.m. 
LONDON BRIDGE ssoLO 

FABRIC BARN 



SM LONDON BR. CTR. 
Va. Beach 
S40-5010 









JConmpurt Mit 

216 London Bridge 

Shopping Canter 

486-8855 

10 a.ni. to 5.'30 p.m. Mon. thru Sat 

Christmas In July 

New stock to 
choose from to 
trim the tree 

^RadBtar8ala20%off 




Big or sirmli ttiey fix «iem al Dennte Mulssy (left) and Richard Munderr>fith a 
haivy duiy lowing macfwie used for stitching canvas and other heavy waight 
materials and a smal home portable. The two sewirig machine experts ©an 
repair any malte or model sewing machine in their London Bridge shop. 



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RESTAURANT & LOUNGE 

208 London Bridga Shopping Cantar 

340-9427 

rounder new managment 




•Specializing in fine luncheons 
& dinners 

•For pizza to go call 340-952^ 
Moura: 1 1 a*m. to 1 a.m. ^ 



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^ciaiz|«Q to i^ue and Mnely ora^d 
handwrdugfit Jtwrt'y Creatlans. We also 
carryofiiins, ii^liitwis. scrimshaw. Inian 
Jewelry arwj nwch nwe. Now f eaa^ 
4)eauWU panel rt'av^^s by OarJc Asf^on. 

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London Bridga 
Hlrdware, Inc. 

Z44 Lonoon nnciga onoppaig uaniar 

340--8300 
WE DEUVEti 

HTH Pod ChomiiiHilt 
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MURPHY BRO. 
SiAFOOD 

2324-C VlriN* Baach Blvd. 

^40-9551 340-3981 
Frwh Ocaan FWi - l^raaaad f^HEEs 
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Complete Lm of Seafood | 
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KOMES FOR LIVING PROVIDES 
THE MAXIMUM EXPOSURE 
THAT SELLS HOMES! 

AH Acron ttw (^kntty, p*@f3^ wfte sm 
kxAN} f(v homes kxA to HomM For 
LMng iiMHie^iM for pictures, prh^ ami 
dfK^plHiNW of homes for sale. 

Amertca's nuffit>er one magozirts for tuMne 
iNjyws gi^ your hwne tfie kirtd <d 
wiposure ttwt iwngs about • (^i«k sate. 

M<M Man 12,000 wlBS assoclalaa are 
randy to send bti^era your way! When you 
consider that 3016 of all homes are tKxight 
bf people retocafing from other cWm . ■ ■ 
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maga^oM witti ptchnafc. 
dMcriptfom 
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mora ttin HO Horn** 1^ 
Living nmibm* In all SO 
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tor your esfiy. 



4MajU ^ t tetr nr* 

It and recopdiisd those in- 
dWMiala la the Ctepter who 
had msda ennplarjr oontrl* 
botioaa to the eiiMiattM 
itariflK tta |a^ jnar. 

WUUaa e. BMmos. As- 
tiMMt Vtot PrasMant <tf ttw 
JMaiMMiatf flaettoi dMr-. 

tattM as prartiwt ottte 
wpaiiathwi, vMehhusfoal 
ot <^akpiat yoiaf mw be- 
tm«B II tad S9 as toadir* 
vUla Ittprorlm the com - 
onatty. Id his ranarks, Mr. 
RiehesoB stiwMsd that the 
Vlifiaia Baadi Jaicaes 
dKwld cortiflM to he lAHm 
as jKcblvB mtftn la the 
ettBanMtjr rattn* ttu ^ 
ooHvlaioen. He alsoaqied 
iumy Hf^% to tatoadiWH 
taf« tf the iBdlTMiiildiml- 
opai0rtiiHti(rans iMIsred hf 
the <Wter ao<1M|r ett^- 
prove ikelr pMSnumt in 
their Jots, iaesmamHtfMT- 
irtce, and ia tt^HUitoas 
eianHMrs. 

Other offiedrt fhrt irere 
lastalMII laeteMT'TiRr Li 
Lewis as AdmlBistrittTe 
Vice Presideat, Thomas M. 
Haskins as Internal Vice Pre- 
sident, Alvin C. Craic asEr- 
teml VicePr«slifl|t,ioMph 
E. imte <■ Sa^«ttry, 
Edward S. Taylor;- Jr. a$- 
Treasorer, ttd Robert W. 
Michel as filati Dir««tor. Ia 
addition, DavhT Y. Fafgert. 
John S. Hall, GeOrgieW. Hbw^ 
es, Jr., P. CtUkaa MkDciff, 
Charles R. Norton, Jr.. Al- 
bert P. jtooMMkaii iidOhT- 
id F. Vermllifh ^MJH^tatel- 
led as Directors, Alipohited 
officers tor tbe'jiCi«^^ 
dode Michael A. ^iaui'aa 
Legal Counsel, ^hardj.. 
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art reprodttctloiis. 

ffWc for savers. 



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lidteitMwaffra^ofthe tF>«l«)ft«me(lfC|Wodaetktta 

%y the MMa*wtAarabdtf#-.iftiiiiiinp iiiii.<t"'r ^Cj 

the traljr exoeptknal vahKS of uuger nmks of art by 
oantenoKininr artists. 

EioMs- «niy; jmar art «rin be ocdkcting titterest in yo|tr 
home; while vias' money is safely cdlectli^ interest In 
youraooonnt. 

Each prtnt has been <^asea for deai^i, vibrancy, and 



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^Virginia FMenil 

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Pidlsv 

Larry w. tteu as 

and Jdaeph A. Tajli 

tcpgrtpher. 

Janes G. Catlett, ^^ — » 
presideat and loarketing rt> 
presavlatlve tor Aetna Cas- 
oalty aiM Insurance Com> 
paay, wu iastallad as Chair- 
man of the Board. 

John T. Baatoa, Jr., Exe- 
cutive Vice Presidant ol the 
Virgiuia Jaycaaa, waa the 
gwst sppaler and IHrtaUlng 
oMeer. la Ms tdtfreat. Baa- 
ton chaUai«ed t)ie, Viifiala 
Beach J aye te s to live q> to 
their repotitioii as being one 
of the best chapters in Vir- 
ginia Richesoo wholeheart- 



• challenge. 
« an Honor- 



.j18 »«acB day ■' ■• 

oquet, 

l^arry B, Lo- 
-jr for C * 
Covpaay; was 
" -ti of the i^aapiar, w 
«>raitil(loaa honor that 
caa be btstDWid oa a member 
for his aetfvitl«s dsrlag a 
single year. This award was 
partlealarly noteworthy in 
that it was the first tlAie 
tn the 30-year Mstory otike 
chai^r that » n«nber haa 
iMii the Keyman award twice. 
LonwB wasalsoaunedKey- 
nan in 1975. LovTom also re- 
ceived a Prealdentlal Award 
of Honor. 



\t while 




iffl tueq- 
ttepiie- 

■■■an. 

.„.;{WS 

included 
o^mdii- 



Owpter's S^mitup compeu- 

ttOBS,'^ " ■ ■ ' 

Foar . Jayeees reeved 
ServiM iLilftrda and Presi- 
dential Awards of Honor. 
These inelwled Geae A. Joy- 
qer, Terry L. Lewis, Robert 
W. Michel and William £. 
RicheaoB. 

, Other Jayeees who re- 
c^vnd PrtsMantlal Awards 
of Honor iaeinded Lawrence 



M. Has- 
Uos, Vinceatfi.OUvlert, Ste- 
phen f . Stone and Joaoph A. 
Thylor. 

The outgoing preaident, 
Jamaa G. Catlett. was re- 
cognised by Us chapter for 
Vm oatstandiag cootrfbUttc^s 
daring his year as Presldeiit 
of the VirglAiii Beach Ji^- 
oees with the awarding aLl^^e 
Membership la the Virgiivia 
Jayeees. 



Virginia Beach 





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ORDER OF PUBUCAtK)]^ 
In the Clerk's Office 6f 
tie demciCwsi xA the. 
Cl»t»«iaa Beach. Va. 
^fha Mi^ayor Jaly.l«77 
LGregory, 




The oi^ of this salt 
is to obtain a divorce a 
matrifflcaiii from 
ifhfe 



The oi^ect Of this salt 
is to obtain a divorce a 
m etey i thoro, to be later 
•mttVM Btfo, h-dllKiree a 
vinclto it^ikm from 
;the aaUy^^HLttoa 

'%aJ|VHHEK« 

W>«^^«rmed tikt 

"^ 'lefen(|M|iiauhon-r«- ■ 
' '<^^|P^Vir- 
*''TVWblni post 
reiil Mag: Route 




HM lithe Clfik't Office, 
ihtt llaliUniaMhtho ela- 

Sl slaet the ^aiUtloa- 
^onmoktonoftBi l^(e- 

.eutor. 

. ri^]|.0MQBSED that the 
'art4|QVft;0f(«adaIHIIk*rs 
iMtPMMa SB, neemieao 
show csiM', If any they 
-eui, at 10:t» iJB. on the 
lad ol July, tum, before 
this Court at ttaconrtroom 
•gainst the payment and de- 
tf^fy ,ef the a^te tothe 
:ees wlthoat requiring 



and 
— jefem&Htt is«^„^. 
sident of the Staf».ot Vir- 
ginia, thai Ust 
nttfoh address. 
Tiljnat C«wt,^JK9 

deM that she <to 




to protect her>finl 

SBlk 

-Teste:^ John V.' 



here wllUn vteB (l|)¥«l|h 

of, and dh>whit.«ay be 

Aeenasaiiy to. intitect hM- 

interest In Hds shit: 

A ooffy-Testo: Jbhn V. 

Fentress 

Byr< PatU A. Keenehaa, De- 

puty^ Clerk 

WtUiam&Colona, Jr 

ISIBiLattdnSuft, 

Vifginla'Beieh, VA. 

VBS-7/l3,7/20.7/27,«/3 



__,_, A, JCoaiBlan,De^ 

^CfhgorrJi. Giordano 
Settfe 211 FfiBiiHAre Three 
BMg., . 

J»emtti)ok*OIBee Part 
Virginia^ Beach. VA.2S462 

VBS-7/13.7/MI.7/«7,«/J 

4t "iil .' 



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y to Hit thtf lorfgMag por- 
tion.^ a( M» ^onSar be 
""■* ftnee a weikfor 
iyn weeks in 
Sntti a 
tothe 




John V. 
I.-Cfcrtt , 
By: *j. Curtl«'.Fniit» D.C. 
I ask finr thtet 
UriUlam E. Borgess. Es- 
Mire 

SS7 8ovthsideRoad, 
Virilnla Beach, Virginia 




ORDER or PUBUCATlOir 

In the Qerk's Otllee of 

the Cironlt Court ol tbe^ 

Ctty of Virginia Bnn*.Vh 

Oh Ihe 5tt day of Jidf, 1977 

Patrick H. McLa^hUa, 

PlaintifC. 

against 

Dorothy E. McUnghlin. 

Defendant. 



SBOWCAOSE ORDER 
VntCaMA: "Ihjthe Circuit 
Conrt of the Ctty of Vir- 
ginia BeaoH Jnly 1, 1977. 
RE:AitiaJ.Payne 
Deceased 

CPMS44 
. It appaaftail-that a re- 
port ol the neeolntsof Vir- 
ginia. RatiMilltaak, Exe- 
cutor of the antite of Ar- 
tie J. Payah, daeetsed, and 
Of the d«tta and demands 
against tils edUte has been 



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'oHMSe-^df tte.OfNtt Conrt 
of the City of Virginia 

hre: Adoption oiAU Sa- 
.nen^ColUat mdi^-^for- » 
.■Jfm^ of aaiM<.bmn All 
Soaan CoUlas to All Susan 
weraaoanga, 
•WfiVJI^ftftA^^^yM Sutdra 

•» iii<aaii I MUlffn li'i 



S.Wardebaugb 

Petttlonera 

To: Michael A. Collins 

Mavai Air Station 

Panucola, Ftorlda 



In Chancery 
. #C-77-7«l 

This day came Alfred 
W. Whrd wagj^ and $an- 
dn a!'WeniMiligh, Pioti- 
ttonara. and raprpaeiited 
that the Object of thiapro- 
eaetBoi if to affect the 
adoption ol the abore nam- 
ed intatti All Snaan Col- 
lins, by Alfred W. Werde- 
bangh aadSandraS. Werde- 
baagh, hdlband and .wife. 
and affidavit having been 
made and filed timt Mich- 
ael A. Collliis, a natural 
parent of said child, Is a 

yirrasMent of the State 
Vlrtfnla.tbe'last known 
post <mlee address being: 
Naval Air SUtfoa, Pensa- 
coU, Florida I^ it there- 
fore Ordeiwd that the said 
Michael A. qoUinsj 
th^'JCootf 

lb amtade W - 
tttd the proposed adop- 
tkm, or otherwise do wnt 
U necasdary r> protect his 
laUraat la tbU matter. 
A «opy leste: , John V. 
Fiatr«ss.'Clerk^ 
By:PattiA.Ka«nahan,D.C. 
Ralph E. Lawrence 
Suite 101. Fairfield Office 
Bh%. 

5t41 PRmcfiSS Anne Road 
Vliflnia Beach, VA 234S2 

VBS-1/18.7/a),7/W.g/S 
4t 



NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 

The Virginia Beach Board of ZonlBg Appeals will conduct 

a Public Hearing on Wedneaday. Ai«ost S, 1977. at 

7:S0 P.M. in the Circuit Court Room ««. City Hall, 

Virginia Bench, Virgiaia. The toUowlag applications will 

appear ontha agenda. 

rAtSQIDAi 



altow 
from 




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ioadaadAlr 



REGiaiftj 

1. RhlMNi W. Breeden^ Jr. reque 
Mridal'jtf tin reitolrad is footi 
Lu^Xatad #hen peeKlfalted .^ 
lafldaeipta«''in this MtSidr' «nr^:41 

Rflfll^^-Wtiods Araa« 

2. JohoSiEhs, Coiktrad Oi 
of 10 fWt: to a IS 
iastend^ol^fS le«t as 
thiii niiliiNd"Jhibtd(, 
the r«|ii<ii8^1iadiei»lac't& i 
on the- 4tNiaaast comer oiptii 
Aveaae, Alrpdrt Industrial Par^ ^j 
Rail Av«MM. Bayslde Borough 

3. Matle Treeshrelinests s mi«M.>v.«» of 3 feet to a 2 
foot side yard iriteck Initdid 'ol j$ feet as required 
(east slde^ and <ot • fofl||||||M|iig|||M|Mlhack 
bstaad-of iO f«M lte^^HHM||Hnh)t 2t. 
Btoek^^f. Chesapeake Pa-*- "^ — *'^-w AvSSwe. Bay- 
sUe Bofongh. 

4. Howard A. Mhidelnali ?wiwnte a varfti^ of 20 
feet to a 30 foot fnat yirtf^Miibadc instead Ol 50 feet 
as reqalred of Lot 20. Tract C, Settlob 1, Bandbrli^e 
Beach. Sailttddler Road. Prtteedr Aaoe Bofongh. 

5. Pisa Bit Property Maatgenent by Gaof^F. Hog- 
fard, Agent. renMate k variance of 10 parldag spaces 
to II parking, ^eaa Inatvid Of 21 nultliCiqMtces as 
reoBlred of Lote 19 and tl. «lo«k ttTPwllD. >. Vir- 
giaU Batch. hhrttMj^Mcwrol Padfie AMMe and 20th 

e!^^tttt8EBKitoaric« of i foot toa 4 
toot aide yard setback instead of S foot as reqpUred 
(athriway-eaat side) on Lot 20, Nock 9, Bbermeer, 
217 «7th Streot. LyMhavan Bendgh. 
7. Jdhn a; Gttiaon raaie ato t Variance to allov the park- 
ing of antor reewmnl-iiilliliiiil in troat of a build- 
lag ttdtend of b^SSTmTSSim^Kmm oiaboiid- 

iag adUacMT to a pdblic street on Lot 7, Block D, 
Site 1, Level Green, 1012 -een Boulevard. 

Kemosi 



11. BUlie G. Fraser and Edward F. Lewis by Grover 
C. Wright, Attorney, reqoeat a variance of 5 parking 
ipaces 10 "0^ parUag apaena fautand of 5 parking 
spiecs aa required ^expaiMion Of restaarant) on a 50 
IMt by 140 foot lot, aootheatt corner of 17th Street and 
Paaiflc AvewM^ 2t$ l7th Street. Virginia Beach Bor- 

II. Jerry M. WiUiams requeste a nrarianee of 12 
i il foot front yard aetbadc taisteadofSO 
^ 'CiaMMfc, SSSDwyer Road. 





^«iP*' 



3. Mr. and Mrs. Joha W. Getrige request s variance of 
2 feet la fonoe height to d 6 foot lehCeiMtoad of 4 
feet as allofradia a side yard ftQaeeMt tod atnat for- 
est Glen AoM) on Lota 19. M IM tl, Wpyg; ficaa 

ongh. 

buUdtag acvaedid' to^^SS^nTolReUOlMfc 

wUBJR/ai 



its *'«wiaflGe to allow parii- 
«hMW»i«lmit'ot a boild- 
' ia&iit~^porfioa of a bulld- 
strhet Ob.Lot 19, Block 2. Sec- 
"4 Sooth Parliament Drive. 

>, a variance to allow 
' ft" front ol a 
riMfeInd thalMnftii portion of a bnUd- 
uift •M^v.etit tv a piddle atreet .on Lot 10. BloA l. 

SMttMj, Princess Anne Plasa. t65 S. Plaxa TraU. 
iynil^fw'Borouf; 

/iSTliOiik. J.'flkamsky raqna^ A..uriaBca of z feet in 
mMfi-Vrnt tb 4 t^Mi/Si^'mbtA tf a 4 toot fence 
U.alhn^in a^vqtfirad front yard aethack andaside- 
^rard-idkeait'to a atfeet on Lot^C-BleckA.SectlOB 1. 
^IMht tokahire; 1090 Five Potat Road. Lynnhaven 
Boroogh. 

It. HeAert B. and Christine L. Covell rawest a var- 
iaace to allow paitdag of major recreationlil equipment 
ia front ol a bnlldlng laatead d behind dw nearest 
portion «l a biflWig aSiaceM to a pnbUc itraet op Lot 
U, ttoek t: VbteorWoods, »91< Watefwidb Conrt. 
itenpavitta Baroi|h. 

17. Gnll OU Co.,U.S. by P. V. Weddingtooi 
variance, ol 92 feat to a 3 foot, setback l ' 
IN* iS^ iD BB iiB Hwte MO^ fflgbway 
to a 10 toot setback inatand of 35 feet as required 
tn» in ato^Blver Road (pwnp iiriaadenn^tes) on a 

dfm MVdr^ftdadi '900 8. 

vtUeioNvlki. 

19. Andre* M. Fd 

parkttg of n^Mr J , 

imlldiw initaaiorfattldtho 

lac anaeaat'te «£.'! 

Satttoa lii^Artf 

sMaBtn^. 

19. TNMna Lyons r 

7<v idK lido yard t. 

iamaTw IS foot ft 

of Lot 4, Block 

hayeh' 

20 




^ LOAN 



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'I'anl.Xani. v ^ 




MK^^BOKIUaa 



10. 

RhedM, 

loot ^MT jnud 
•f M* M, ^ 




AnrtaiM of ftfont toa§ 
of lOliMttI 





t 



W.L. TtWrOIS, UCRiTASy 
VW-7/ii 3t 









Virfiait B«iel Am JolT II. 




Jfim Cli.. 

urnell Cterlton 



^amm 



SVMIOU 

Tlifinit 




aancery 
«7.M7 

iiy cane Bruce Lynn 
and Liiub Darnell 
uH..»v.i, Petltiooers, and 
V^nreaentM tbat the object 
'-' "■"- DrocewUflf is to ef- 
adootlMttf the above 
»«a lalaiit, ABttt Marie 
}, Igr Bruce Lynn 
iJjMt, Lioda Darnell 
^lHtfMnda«t«>U». 
a&d 'afndaTlt havini been 
nude nod filed tbat Nick 
Bolo, « natural parent of 
laid child and that due di- 
Ufenee has been used by 
or on behalf of the'jieti- 
tiooers to ascdrtelninirtiieh 
coonty or corporation the 
lant known post office add- 
reM being: the said natural 

Krent is, without 0f(ect. 
im Neck Naval Statioa. 
VircinU Beach. Ya. it is 
«Jhereiiore Ordered that the 
Slid NicH Boft) appwr be- 
fore tl^ Court wifldnten 
(10) days after pubUeatlon 
of tids Order and indicate 
hi«/ber attitude toward the 
pralKwwf adoptloa, or oOir- 
wine do what Is nMessnry 
to protect his interest in 
t^«nu»ter. 
AW^Testj: John V. 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, D. 
,C. 

Altn L. Cohen p.q. 
1M« Yinfitih Natioaal Buik 

' N^lk, Virtinla 23510 

VBg-7/«»7/lS,7/E0,7/27 4t 



[•iHi 



V 



fiBOW CAUSE ORDER 
Vtritsin: In the Circuit 
Court 0f the City of Vlr- 
ftaila Beac)i June S3, 1977 
hri» Hitter bf : 
Edwarjl R. wmcox, Jr. 
AduUiMstrator of the Estate 
of Altdi DoutUs llarrs, De- 



Chancery No. 
C» «45I2 
It appeirti^ to the Court 
a repoct ol, th» aecoMtUof 
,Jr ■«- 




m SOOT day 
Betty Evi^n^ 
^^laintitf 
^Halost 
Charles Hart. 
Defendant 

The (rib 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrtmonti from tbt 
said defendant, ' upon the 
grounds of continuous se- 
paratioa in excess of one 
year. 

And an affidavit having 
be«> made and filed that due 
diligence has Immu u«ed by 
or in behalf of the Com- 
plainalit to ascertain in 
which county or corpora • 
ttOB the defendant is, with- 
out effect, the last known 
post office address being: 
3«1 StancU Street, Vir- 
ginit Beach, Va. it is or- 
dered that he doappearhere 
witidn ten (10) di^ afier 
due publication hereof, and 
do what may be necessary 
to prwttnt his interest In 
this suit, 

A eopy-Testei John V. 
Fentr«i« 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, De- 
Duly Clerk 
TbMum Broytes 
Sath Street and Pidfic Ave 
Virginia Beach, Va, 

VBS-7/6,7/13,7/20,7/27 4t 



dS&^H^wt ~ 
SSTm* Itorn filed in the 

Cltitfft Offie* of this Court, 
Slid that sixmoi^hhTe ela- 
ptM since the ^laUlKiatipq, 
(» modoB ofttenldEdward 
R. WiUca, Jr., Admtnis- 
tntor^ the EsUte of Al- 
ton DougUs Marrs^ deceas- 
ed, ttl§^ ' 

ORDERED thit the credi- 
tors of, and all fl^lwn in- 
terested in the Estath^t do 
show cause, if any they can. 
at 10:00 a.m., on tM ISth 

day July. 19". *•«• 
this Co^, I* tta Court > 
ruM, against tte pnymift 
and ddivery of the Estate 
o( AHo* Dooglas Marrs, die- 
ceased, to the, devisees and 
legatees without requiring 

R Is further ORDERED 
that this Show Caus* OrOer 
be puhUshed oace a week 
for two sneceesive we*« in 
tlie VirginU Buheh Sua. a 
Mfitmet kavlag general 
dreulntloa in the City of 
Virginia Beach. 
A Cdpy-Te«te; John V. 
Fentress, Clerk 
By: /. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
VUl«oi, Savagiu Lawrence 
Di<**0B4S**Bfc,P.C. 
1800 Virginia National Bank 
BUg. 
Horfolk. VA 2S&10 



VBS-7/6,7/14 - 2t 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
In the plerk's omee of the 
Circutt Court of tke City 
of Virginia fi«aeb, Va. on 
the 2m day of June, 1977. 
Tbonas Gregory Weir, 
Piafiitiff 

"■ son ■■■'-: . 




.„, „,^ of this suit 
is to ob^ a divorce a 
vinculo matrimoiiii from the 
said dejteaduit, upon the 
pmndS' of eontiaaans «e- 
parafioB for i 'period of 
more than one (1) year. 

And an affidavit having 
been nadr^ filed that 
the deMlBHlr t Aon-re- 
sidenf^^^Blte.0f Vir- 




ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Oert's Office of the 

Ciredt Court of the City 

at VlTflnU Beach, VA on 

the Mfii day of June, 1977. 

Robert Q. JUdalena, 

Plal^tttt, 

agiiiist 

Ei^ Jo Judalena, 

Th^ object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vineblo matrittonii from the 
said d«fttdaat. von the 
grounds of one year se- 
parttifld. 

And an affidavit hav- 
ing been made and filed tluit 
the dtfttidnat is a noo-re- 
sident of the State of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
office address tN»lhg: Route 
1, Bot 342, Cartden, Korth 
Cartdina 27MU it fiordered 
tjiat ttbedoapptiarlnrdvltti- 
in ten (10) days after due 
publication hereof, and do 
what m$.j he necessdry to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

*A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By: Pam A.Kfi^Mhan.De- 
pu^.aeit^^v'--^ •■ 
JUmtte B. Frtedman 
160 Newtown Road, Suite 41S 
Virginia Beach, VA. 

VBS, 7/6, 7/13,7/20,7/ 27 4t 

CHtDER 
"VIRGINIA: Ih the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit Court 
of the atv of Vitigihia 
Beudi, «n ue 14 day of 
llteai. U?r7. 

tt iwrVUiiM^ Qf'^^iittra 
SusMftv^Mscni and Paul 
Dma Mm 
Byt DMids G. aioffiiM> and 

Tk Sattrfjanr Adcw 
^^tt^iiA Srcet 
%rta#[WPAt8M 
OfCHAlK^ERY 

ttft-m 

This day ame Dmais 
G, Stoffii^ and ^Iioretta 
SvoaK'OMaBerrVMtton- 

" '09i'^$Ut' ^ M $tVM0M dtat 

the (44«!t of this ^eed- 
i^ b to effect tte adop- 
JMi of ttie ittovl^nuMd 
infMit <s). TMura Insuwe 
Adken and Pnl BMrid 
kt^m, iqr Dottte^. Sifrf- 
fner Md Lta-rtta lEvduw 
Shoiber, husband uid wife, 
«and ^X^vtt having bien 
jmM Ind filed Oat Paul 
(Sayk^m,k natnral par- 
ent (tf MM chtMCrenris 
a Mn-rMldentoiihemte 
of Vlrglidn, the^kttlonwn 
poet cAk^ addniis iMiag: 
843 PlttidMigh Itoeet, 
^Ingdale, PoHaf Inihia 
15144 It is therefore Or- 
dered that the said Paia 
Gary Acfcen appear be- 
fore this Court within ten 
(10) days after publicntloa 
of this Order andMtcite 
his mttttude towardthepro- 
posed adoption, or other- 
wise do iritat is necessary 
to protect his interest in 
this natter. 

A copy teste: John V. 
Fentress, Clerk 
By: Pattt A. Keenehan. DC. 
BdwrtG. Jones p.q. 
451 Uw Building 
Norfolk, VA 23510 

VaS-6/22, «/2», 7/fr, 7/13 
4t 



ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

citv^^WHBWwd*, Vfc 

on day of June, 

1977. 

Judith A. Jon«s, 

PUnttff, 

iialast 

James Ktrk Jones, UI, 



unuvfti 



jress being: 
.an Road, Orlanao, 
.da 32807 ft is order- 
ed that he do appter here 
within ten (10) lUiys after 
due publication toreof , and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect his interest in 
this suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V 
Fentress 

Bv; „Patti A. Keene- 
han, Clerk 

Frank E. Butler, in 
2420 VirgiAia Beach Blvd. 
P.O. Bos 4177 
Virginfa Beach, VA 234S4 

VBS,6/22, e/29, 7/6, 7/13 
4-T 

ORDER OF PUBLICATIOK 

in the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City 

of Vinginla Beach. Vs., on 

the 21st day of June, 1977. 

CyntUn Anne llepham, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

liyrut Dean Mepham, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit 
is to dbtaln a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from the 
said defendant, np(» the 
grounds of continuous and 
uBinterrputJBd separatton 
wttbont cohaUtatton. 

And an atttdivit having 
be«i made and filed that the 
defendant is a non-resident 
of the8teteofVirAda,the 
last kdottB poet oOlce add- 
ress biting: JottetCorrec- 
tlonal Center, Camp number 
C-83470, Boi SIS, JoUet, 
m., 80432 it IV'Ordend that 
he do appinr lierfrwlthinten 
(10) days atlerdue publica- 
tion hereof, and do what 
niay be necessary to protect 
hih interest in tbte suit. 
A copyV-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, De- 
puty, Clerk 
Eli S. Chovite 

1955 Virginia Nat'l Bank 
Bldg. 
Norfolk, VA 23510 

VBS-6/29. 7/6, 7/13, 7/20 



ORSeiTdfPUBQeATiOh 
IB the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of tte City 
of VirtinU Beach, VA..an 
the 21st, day of June. 1977. 
Donna K. Pacheco. 
Plaintiff, 



Ibert SImes Pacheco, 
Defendant. 

The object of thte suit 
to to. (Anin a divorce a 
v^Qld. matrliMoii tram the 
san^mam, upm the 
(4 one-year sqiara- 



Api an affidavit having 
be# made »miSM tlo^ tte 
defimdant is aaon-resioeirt 
ot the Stato of Vir|^, 
file last i^cnn pMt otl^ 
juMreM bc^r n B 8bnM, 
ildsw, NewRaidiH^lrelt 
u orderwi ttut hedOMPenr 
Mere wttWn te (10) days 
a^sr Aif vj^Udi^iUoa h(n«- 
cf.asA do what nmybe ne- 
CMsarf % protect Ids ia- 
twrest 01 Wi ndt. 
A ix0-tm^: John V. Fen- 
tress "^ 

BfilhBSi A. iKeeof^ian, De- 
p^,CU«k 
O.L.Oilbfift 
1118 Iflrftlffle Tower 
234 lioiittoeUo Avenue 
P.tXBtt3332 
MriDlk,^^Va. 23514 

VBS-8/29, 7/8, 7/13, 7/20 
4t 



'a Deacn Public Notices 



)RDER OF PUBLICATKW 
'*-" -"lark's Office of 
lit Court of the 
^uy Qi Virginia B«i«h,Va 
on the Sth day of July; 1977 
Wilhuft Bernard Long, 
PlhlMifr, 
tqgainflt 

Doris Ann Long, 
IMfendant. 

The object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce > a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defebdant, upon 
the grounds of one year's 
sepKratiott. 

And an affidavit hav* 
ii« been mid* and filed 
that the defendant is anoo- 
resident of fiw Stete of 
Virginia, the last known 
pijst office address being: 

VlSBalbraoft Street. Bal- 
timore. Murylaadit is or- 
dered that she do appear 

here within ten (10) days 
after due pubUeation here- 
of, and do what may be 
nMessary to protitet her 
interest in thte suit. 
A <ei9y-Te«te: John V. 
Fentress 

By: Pattt A. Keenehan. De- 
pu^. Clerk 

William H. Colona. Jr. 
1397 Laafcin Road 
VttfiaU Beach, VA 

VBS.7/13,7/20.7/27.8/3 
4t 

ORDER OF PVBLICATK)N 

In the Clerit''s Ofllce of 

the Circuit Court of the 

City of Virginia Beuch, Va. 

on the Sth day ut Jiay/1977 

Louis WllUam Silbenahn, 

Jr., 

Plaintiff, 

agalnit 

Sandra Gail Wlmberly ^ 

SUberaahn, 



necessary to protect hU in- 
terest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

Joy A, Jobansen. Deputy 
Clerk. 

Charleoe Gusteitis 
4012 W, Colonial Pkwy 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23452 

VBS-7/6, 7/13, 7/20, 7/27 
4t - 



The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin^ 
culo dtttrlmonii from the 
said defendant, iqion.the 
grounds of one year se- 
paration. 

And an afildavit having 
been made and filed) that 
the defendant is a non-re- 
sident of the Stete of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
Office addrest being: 3130- 
D Hansi Drive. Corpua. 
ChrisU, Texu it U or- 
dered that she do appnar 
here withte ten (10) days 
after due pdiUaktlon-here- 

interest in tUs sutt.-' 
A copy-Teste: Jdho V. 
Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, Oe- 
pidy, Cleii 
JflteD. Hooker^ Jr. 
2819 Princess Anne R4< 
Virginte Beach, Va. a34S6 

VBS 7/13,7/20,7/27,^ 
4t-. -'"-' 



0RA$B. Qk iiUBLiCATlu. 

y^Jn Hk Clerk's Office ot 

/ W Circuit Court of the 

City of Viifiaia Beach, VA. 

on the 14th day ot June, 

1*77. 

Cand Riley, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Itanas F. Riley, 

DefMdant. 
The object of this suit 

is to obtain a divorce a 

vinculo matrimonii from 

the said dnfeadant, upon 

the grouids of adultery. 

And an amuavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a noo-re- 
aident^of the Stete of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
office address being: c/0 
llarci Uday, 227 Euclid 
Place. Birmingham. 111- 
chigan 48009 it is ordered 
that he do appear here 
within ten (10) days after 
due publication hereof, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect his interest in 
tUssuft. 

A copy-Teste: J(An V. 
Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan. De- 
puty. Clerk 
Kenneth R. Johnson 
Suite 308 

Pembroke One Bldg. 
VirginU Beach, Va. 23462 



ORDER OF PUBUCAHON 
U.tea a«fc's OfBeoof Ihe 
CtoMt court oC the Ci^ 
of Viilttn Bea^ VA, on 
the »rd d^ of Mae. 19T7 
JoniiartterieDoughton 



Robert VWtor Slater. Jr. 
Defendant. 



The object of this suit te 
to ebUtn a dtvorce a vin- 
culo autriaunii from the 
snid dalandant, ^M the 
grounds of unlttterruptad 
sepaMtion over one yntr. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that the 
defeat i# a aon~resldent 
of tha%te of VUftala. the 
last known post ome* tdd- 
rtss being: ^o Robinrt W. 
Shrter, SV. MS ininir St.. 
WhShiniton, mfioSilmi 
it is ordered that be do ap- 
pear here' within ten (10) 
days after due publication 
hnraof. and do what may be 
necessary to proteet Us in- 
terest in this suit. 
A Gupy-tette: John v 



ORDER OF PUBtlCATffiR 
In tte Clerk's Office Of the 
Clr^ Court of Oe City 
d Vifibdn BoMh, Va., on 
the 21st day of June, 1977. 
^iUai L. lianzl, 
PteMM, 
agaiist'. • 

On^ Jonepkliaasi. 
OcBnlant. ^ 

"ne tU^ ct this suit 
to to obtatti « i^rce a 
vteqdo matrinionft frtwn the 
said defsndatt, vm the 
grimds of one Tear 
SMaration. 

/AM tt afifatavft having 
bew made and filed that 
Ote d^Pl^Wt te a non-re- 
^JeM^ttMteteof Vir^ 
glutei ^ iM kBown post 
otHce adtfiUr befi«: TOSyl- 
«Mi Mi;M*i^ Greenwich, 
ffitodeteland ft te ordered 
that he do,i#ear here with- 
te ten (10)''day8 a^ Aw 
pridiption hereof, and do 
iriMmay be necessary to 
l»^ect hte iitferest to this 
•suit. 
A isb^-Th^: John V. 



foa 

By: J>attt A. Keenehat^IJe- 
p^yCterk; 
MiiiM.€load 
214 BM(Mt«« Bldg. 
N(R«>He, VA I3S02 

VlS-8/2f, 7/6, 7/13. 7/20 
4t 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
h the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the Citv of 
Vfcglate Beach, on the 29th 
day Of June, 1977. 
Charlene Fay Gustaltte. 
Pteintttf. 



against 



Leo Timothy Gustaitls 



The object of thte |uit 
te to obtate a divorce a 
vlQ^lo jglSrtMonU tRW the 
aald dilsMdlrt. upon tlM 
grooads or one year separa- 
tion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made Md filed that 
the deteodatt te a non-re- 

- 1 \iimt If " 

>:PM* 




Vtiftate Beach, VA 234 



m attdivtthnv 
ant Und 
teuMn-r*- 



Avi/a 4^rA4. r s\ » hu^ 4V 



VBS 

4^ 



« tnA 4 <A 



7/13, 7/20 



"A", Ft. Carnai, C e l i n dn 
it te ordered that he do ap- 
penr here withte ten (10) 
days after due putdkntion 
tawf . ud do what my be 



The object of thte sgitte, 
for the said pbiififi to dh^l. 
tain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the Khld 
defendant, uponthe grouids 
of separation tor morethan 
one year. 

Aul an affidavit hav- 
ing been made and filed 
that the defendant tenet a^ 
resident of the Stete of 
VirRlnU. the test known 



post office address being: 
6620 Omega Drive, San 
Diego, CalifOmte 9liil. it 
te ordered that he doantear 
here withte 10 (ten) days 
after due piiblicatifin hurt* 
of. anddowhatnnybedn- 
cessary to i«utect his te- 
terest te this suit. 
A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
J. Curtis Fruit, De- 
puty, Clerk 

Mr. Norman Strauss, Atty 
138 S. Rosenmot Rued 
Virginia Beach, Virginte 

VBS-6/22-6/29-7/f-7/18 



ORDER . 
VIRGINIA: In TheCteric'f 
Office of the Circuit Court 
of the City of Virginte Beach 
on the 21st day of June, 
1977. 



te re: Adoption of Jennifer 

Ann Bums 

By: Joseph Charles Uplinger 

and Sue Baker Uplinger 

PetitiOtters 

To: Peter Robert Bums*- 

48 1/2 Park Street. Apt 

107 

Essex Juactioa, Vermont, 



VBS - 6/22 
7/13 - 4t 



6/29 - 7/6 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
te the Gerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of tee 
City of Virginte Beach, on 
the 14th day of June. 1977 
Ashtoo H. Pulley 
Pteintifl. 
against 
Qeofge 9. Smith. 




The obtoefoQf tetenuit 
is to obtate Judgment 
against said defendam 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed dut 
the defendants last known 
punt office address being: 
W - 2l8t Street Virginte 
Beach, Virginte it isorder- 
ed that George H. Smite 
do appehr here withte ten 
(10) days after due publica- 
tk» heiM, and do irtnt 
nuy be necessary to juv- 
te^ his irterest te tlds 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 
John V. Fentress, Cterk 
By: Karen A. Kephart D.C. 
John D. Hooker Jr. 
P.O. Box 6383 
Virginte Beach, VA 23456 

VBS 6/22-6/29-7/6-7/1^^ 

<t ' /-^- 

ORDEROF PUBUCATION 

to the Clerk's (Wee of 

the CiiviUt Court of the 

City of Virginte Beach, VA. 

on the 15th day of June. 

19Tf. 

Jndite Lee Dibbi. 

Plaintiff, 

agaimrt 

JuUoSpiroDibbi/^ 

Defentent. 

The object of tetenuit 
te to obtete adivorceavte- 
culo matrimonii from the 
said defMdant, iqx» the 
grounds of Uie parties have 
Uwd s^mrate and ^lart 
witeort any ct^trttetlon tor 
at lea^ om y^x. 

And an affidavit laving 
been made and filed that tee 
^aidant is anon-resident 



of file Stete of Virginte, the 
M kmm post office wld- 
iNMbeiit:<^ElRanebo 
me. Rural HaU, North 
Qihilina 27045 it is order- 
ed teat he do app^r here 
wi^ ten AO) <iiy» after 
due p^teamn Iwreof. ud 
do what ihaf beMMiesMry 
to protect his interest te 
teis mit. 



A ovy-Teste: Jdbu V. 
Ftnti^a 

By: Patti A Keenehan. De- 
puty, ClMt 
OIM B. Gay. Jr. 
MmUvirRflnd 
VliMte Beach. VA 23454 



'l^ 



yu4/u 

1/13 - « 



- 6^ - 7/6 



ou}» OF pubucahom 

te die Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of tee C^ 
of Virgtete Beach, ee tet 
ISte day of June. 1977. 

ItotteL'"^ '^""'u* 
Plntettft* 



M^m, 




ORDER 
VIRGINIA: b theClertc's 
Office of the Circuit Court 
of the City of Virginte 
Beach, on the 13th day of 
June. 1977. 

IN RE: Affimtetionof Mar- 
riage by Raymond D. 
Tremetelck and NelUeMay 
Tremethick. Petitioners 
TO: Judi Rtih Snyder 
c/o BTT Birdi ^rder 
U.S.S. AMERICA, GOZ 
PORT Housing 
pOTtsraouth, Virginte and 
C/0 BTT Blrdi border 
U.S.S. AMERICA 
F.P.O.. New Yn-k. New 
Y<nt (moi 



IN CHANCERY 
W). C-77-712 
THIS DAY came Ray- 
HMUd D. Trmettdck and 
R^e May Trwnethldc, 
Prtttloners. and represtt- 
ted that tte object oi tete 
{Mtxeefing te tonffirm tlw 
manii^ d Mittticoers, 
and yfida^t UMng been 
made and ffiet tent due 
dilte^e has b«Mi used by 
^In b^alf of teid p^- 
tlnn«s to aaeMate the 
teoM whereiUMMte tf Judi 
i^ Aiyder, flw former 
wite of the petittonMr, Ray- 
mood D. TremeMtak,wite- 
oAsOmA, ten litt kamm 

e/9 BVt mt^Bmglu.V. 
BS. AM^lCA ^PCOT 

gum Md tt OM «t BTT 
Birch 8l^3«',U.S. AMrai- 
wA, F.P.0..Rew1rMk,New 
Yak, MSOl. Rtetwre- 
ftre, ORDSiffil ttirt nid 
^tt Rttte iaidtt qi^r 

ten(i^^'MMi 
wmM ifeft^eMAir 

iWd te w ^ipaied ' WtT- 
t%$fi tfutsattw, w 
oOMnMit do "MM te Me- 



A copy teste: 

John V. Fentreas» Clerk 

wn PAttt A.KeenriHn.D.C. 

Jflta D. BookMr, Jr. 

sets PrinenM Anne Road 

Post Offl«t*Bos 6383 

Vindate Bench, Virginte 

Covsel for PeUtiooers 

VBS.6/22, 8/29, 7/6. 7/13 
4t . 



BitenirdlMfc 

SOS^wilnr IforMk nasa 
SSS F«MiHi^ »gm 

it»m,rk.mm 

VBS 7/13, 7/20, 7/27, 8/13 



ORDER OF l*VBL.i(.ATIOli 
te thnt^ierk's Office uf the 
CircuU Court ot the City 
ef Vteginte fteneh, VA.. 
00 tttldte day of June, 
lOTT 
DpnMcEntire Smite. 

fflnMttt. 

agatirt 

- ^ Sttttb. 



InCtemeery 

#C-77-8S0 

Thi4 ..day came . Joseph 
Chai^. tqUil«e^^^: Sue 
Baker Uplingbr, Petttjon- 
ers, Mtepn^OM.fbiA 
m 0b}ed Of tlSIs pitKeitdr 
teg is to effect the adop-< 
tlpo of the al»»> Jmmed 
Walt (#1 
Burns, r 
Uplingiu*'d 

ind fllMK thatPutsr RUWi^ 
fta«l,;dniti8»|puiant«t ^ 
said cbUd. Is a noh-in»it- 
dent of tee Stete of Vir- 
ginte, the last known post 
office address brtng: 48 1/t 
Parit Street, Apt. 107. E»^ 
sex Junction. Vermont R te 
therefore Ordered that tee' 
said Peter RobertBumso- 
pear before thia Court wlu- 
te ten (10) days after pub- 
lication of this Order and 
indicate hte atutttip toward 
the im^xteed adopfion. or 
otherwtee do what :is ne- 
c«nary to protect hte te- 
tereit te thte matter::^ 
A copy teste: Joim' V. 
Fentress, C3erk 
By: Patti A. Keoiehan, D.C 
Frank E. Butler, HI 
2420 Va. Beach Blvd., 
Va. B^ch, Va! 23454 



1/29, 1/6,.y20. 7/13 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
k the Clertc's Office of 
theCifcirttCeifftoftheClty 
of VlrgiiMBM^VA.^on 
the 8tt dqr of June, 1977. 
^ FmncM AUadtee Cm 



Rfirtffi, 



JasusRaf SaadMrs, 



uadi'JMli 
tSmSSSST 



The oblwftdf. thte sutt 
te to OUmmMarc* a 
vincuto HteteMH iron 

IdMai^Kipteii 




The object ;«ff thte suit 

v'KSiiiSiiZt:' 
Mi'gmnnus uBunvtm 
de^rtte alinlitt „ 
period teexGMSjDtoMJ 
~ AMd.Jn aMdhHt] 
bedlk liwde. Jnd fii 
th^mmataH te a non'fu- 
sidli/if teetHtobtVir- 
gOdai th? tedltfMift'piMt 
offitie aMreti bi^: 408 
Baskte Avenue, VQanda* 
CdliMrtda it te ordered 
that she do appear here 
Withte ten (10) days after 
dnt^httNkldhJteruof. and 
do what tey.be' necessary 
to pi^ed her iht^reet te 
tW**it. 

iTHy-Testdi. John V. 
PdttrtBSs 

.Bf;PatttA.Ke«nhfea,De- 
iwty. Cletfc 
a.,Li!$Addteon,Ill 

I Wan 

VA., 23502 




the said 4 

gmrnds of oie year se- 
paration. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed find 
the defenduf «»flligence 
has been usad by w te be- 
half of tio dott«bdaant to 

• kscertate te iridch courty 
or corporatton the drien- 

, dent te, witlmft idlect. the 
last known post office tM- 
ress being: 4900 Mandan 
Road. Virginte Beach. 
Virginte tt te ordered teat 
he do appear hwe withte 
ten (10) da^ afterduepub- 
Ue^oo hereof aaddowhat 
■tey be necessary topi^ 
tact hteiaterest tethte sutt. 
A copy-Teste: John V. 

' Pentross 

jM: Patti A. Keenehan. De- 
Miy.Ctorit. 
Robert B. Cromwell 

.JjMbrakn One-Sutte 52S 
fifginte Bench. VA 23482 

VB8-7/18,7/20,7/27.8/3 
4t 




ORDER OF PlttUCATK)N 
btheClerit'aOttceofthe 
Circutt Contt Uf the Ctty 
of Virginte PljW. VA., on 
the 8te day eriuly. 1977. 
tlteabete R. Jottn, 
Plaintiff. - ^^ 



agateat 
CydnoM. SMlt; 
DetenduL 

The object of thte sutt 
te to oblate a divorce a 
mensa et thoro to be sub- 
sequently merged into a 
divorce a vincuto matri- 
monii from tee said de- 
fondant, qm the grounds 
ofdMertion. 

And an affidnvtt havteg 
been made and fited that 
the defendant due diUgmKe 
has been HMd by or te be- 
half (tfttm oomplainuit ta 

g^otitete te whidi county 

or corporation flw defen- 
dant te. wtthout effect, the 
lart known post office sdd- 
ress beii«: 3729 East 
Ocean View Avenue, Nw- 
foUc, VA ttteorderwlthat 
^ do appear b«re wittte 
ten (10) days afterihiepid)- 
lication hereof, and do what 
may be ne^ssary to pro- 
tect her interest te thte 
sutt. 

A o^-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan. De- 
pute. Cleric 
Kdoerg A Childress 
S33 Newtown Road. Suite 
101 
Virginte Beach. V. 23462 

VBS-7/13,7/20,7/27,8/3 
4t 



fatter H. 
DefUndaat. 

The object uf thte iutt 
te to obtate a divotoe a 
vincuto aiilriatentt Ifom 
tee arid dMNMint, ^platlM 
gnNods of teepartiesbnv- 
ing livudheparate and apart 
for Mrs tkaa one (l) year 
contttnoM and without co- 



And an nffidavtt having 
ade anlffiedtlmtthe 
defondant's last knownpost 
office addreas te 1073 G. 
Popter Stroot, Chesapeake. 
Virginte, and that due dil- 
igwMe baa been ued by 
and on bdmlf of the idate- 
tiff to ascotate te what 
county or corpwation the 
defondant te, wtthout ef- 
fect, tt te ordered that he 
do appear here withte tot 
(10) daju after due pid>lica- 
tion hereof, and do what 
auy be Mcessary to pro- 
tect hte interest te thte suit. 
A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keentiian. De- 
^, Clerk 
Stuart L. Nachman 
1116 United Virgtete 
NorfoOt, VA 23514 

VBS 7/13, 7/20. 7/27. 8/3 
4t 



ORDER OF PUBUCATION 
b the Clerk's Office of the 
Circutt Court of the Ctty 
of Vi|^ Beach, Va., on 
the $9 diy (rf July, 1977. 
Rlchai18Steten. 
Plaintiff, 

KathleHB McCtete Steten, 



The Direct of tete suit 
te to obtete a divorce a 
ftenlQ m s totea ou i i Iruaa 
the aald daiandaat, von the 
grunads tf sepniiMonfor 
Bwe thtt QM yunr. 

And an afBdavtt having 
be«mwMandntt1hi«the 
detendaitt tennei^riiMsnt 
tf the SIM ol tlipite, 
^ laiA Utmmimsmm 
addreas bttr 001 hjaA 
> «reol. Apex, RMtt Caro- 
Itea tt te wteredttmttte 



do««ar te^^A Urn 

ma bt neiMMtt io^«- 
mi Mr a t mg i Mds 

A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fai^KH 
By: MM A. 
pt^t CMk 



ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

b the Clerk's Office of the 

Circutt Court of the City 

of Virginte BMdi, Va., on 

the 6te day of July. 1977. 

iraiiun Ronald Dug^, 

Plalntifl. 

against 

Steptetey Am Hunt Duggan 

The object of thte sutt 
te to Obtate a dtvom a 
meua et th(»t> from tte 
^d dciendut, ^on ttw 
ground of desMlton. 

And nn nffidavtt havteg 
been mde andffiedthatfiw 
detendul te a non-nsitait 
tf the SMe of Virgtete, the 
last knom post office add- 
ress bidag: Po^tXBceBta 
^, SUilersvUte. GwN^ 
Sioy tt te ordered tt^ 
«iedo ittMar hM«iM^ 
teh(lQd^aiterdiwp^ 
Usraon inwot, aaddoital 
■tty be nocMMry toiao- 
teo ter mwm te tete 
trit. 

A copf-T«de: John V. 
FeidrMS 
^fiYMijI. taeMtei,Do- 




. Be- VM-7/l3,f ^,7/27.8^ « 



^PUki 



*aoi 10 Eive «'"»]', wo wHi »«" i™> ■-•---■ 
Uled ftd •hsotattly FWE. YM, tijrt'i r«t 
w*'\\ na yow td tow poimiir fMSffE 
Mctlon. TWs is » IwWic MTrte* pravkM 
by yotef' homttowa commniiity nevspiper. 

Your FREE BES td «iU Hncli jttsttlie 
rifht peopl* who wlU provWp • "ice hom«,fQr 
nmr tliliittl. And if ift s«n«aia| eto« you 
l)«T« to «t» «wty. yaw fri««to inu netg h- 
bors will tpprteUU yow pm«jwitty. SoaU 
547-4511 to pUct ywir nSE BEE ad toOiy. 



MMaaHMMa 



f 



MdwUtc. Fret to good 
has*. CftU S«'W» or 
S4t-«W. 

BEAGLE a noatfes, «M«- 
ed, nal*, 1st sM. 4I2- 
150J. 



FREE - Mate dot, pairt 
^oodla. I eoiMi dd. 1^-' 
eeUert iMi tiMfiw aal 
hMaa M«taa. fnm to a 
ciodlmMt.CaU543rt«8. 



l^Pl^nra^ FREE t ita 
oM, pkrt «qr edUt, laH 
sfitK. QiU «4>Mb4 aay - 

time. 

FREE HTTSS nd eats 
to a good kMW. Can 4i«> 

KMTiaiS,^ gray i^att, 
giw away cfi tj4-4tK. 

ttatt JMr ^M 
Doodic. «4-^ 



FHS paivlas, S vks. « 
RaMr te imm. Saaa at 



S to ftnodkMM- 
, 3aSco-M1- 




Fivjf poiviM tree. Fiva 
wMks oM, aMOMir Aawrl- 
caa S|itfts» fitfta- firidaa 
Cocfctf S^aatri. 2 bhAk 
and tbrce faautes. (^U 
«l^l«43 titer 100 wedc 
da]» aad an w a tt aa d . 



FWSE 






m 

em 



Freelttkas.Co)or«d 
Can 4K-wn, 



FEMALE -(^d[- a -poo, 
qiadad. 11 neatta nM. 
Fr«e tn a good hoM Java* 
cUIclrafi. Can 1401-^11}. 



FREE to a^od iKaa* oidy' 
9 auaUiiMBeaaSnlPatrt 
Utea. S&Mi. 4ffNM» - 
4)0^05«. 



Bo» a»i _ 

bnikaa. Sqimta or kottu 



FR^-tev Ltfandor R»- 
trif ^ a tpwa . traa to a good 



rREE 

motiier is tutto'. Bad 
their tfMto. Call S«-«I42 
after S p.ai. 

TQis^ / DACBonno)- 

Uadi nt nitta attWiM^ 
start haivad. Ttaaaia. FfM 
to good iena, 4n-MVI. 
evodagseoly. 

PWPIQ FKEE. Stewahs 

oM, part Bgm, VUi tof 
c(dUe. Can tU-mttm- 

ttma. 



FREE-1 1/2 yr. (rtd 
dog. Miied Imed, 
slie. Good pet, Irtonflf 
aad piajM. Neate good 
hoto* with taiiMdnnl.Bas 
had shots. 421-»^. 



BtACOJb m^ 

Great idtt eMMraiL Fret 

to good toaa. «B-««, 

aterd waakd^fV. 

3 aimMe Ottma, ^irWa. 
l^-ttilaed. Can ^- 
4»2 after <:0e. 



SNAILS-fOod (or fish food 
01 .!(parittm. AskforNtaey 
at 547-0330 after 4 p;ai. 



nUVATE MEEOra wUl 
give frefiMietoadUoida, 
hawks, or any hirds aot 
vaated by owMT. AlaofrM 
care for iqtnredMrda.flta- 
eara (or lalorad blrte. 
SMe permit ao. 000C4. 
"'-"" Pick at P.O. tet 
besapeakt , Ta, 



CMS, *«««" uiu »»i"4la para- 
iu, baa daclawad. OMh' 
coapl* wtth BO other m- 
mais preferred. Call t^ 



ulB W as Vlr. 




,1-ri 



P^hi 



FIBS'Mrt €lwMu«N^ 

Oooi 1^ fMMP*^ Vbmh 
MMed. <^ MhMI7. 



MM» ^d iw ttatraai, 

can 4»-ay or 4»*oioo 



s mnt <^uiA]i 

herii, Fenala - I 

eU. cm after 8 p.n. MS- 



FREE - Tvo cats. One is 
a solid black fea»ie, ^y- 
ed, otter is a a<riid «yte 
OMle, ^eMM. BtO ats 
are wry g<^le. Gif ii« a- 
way be(»asc D{ aUergitS. 
Need Wy lovlag hontf 
oiter cMBe prai a rr a d . 
CaU S47-^aS«r9f.D. 



iMnft'lmad,' 
i oat. dtf mM. tM7 

Ah. MfC to 1 Mttl#^M. 



t tfM aid I ftmla. ntR 
to « «»d feoiM. (Ml ttt" 

U.ACK LAfiSADOB Ite- 
Mew, 2 yit. iad« had 
Us shola. NieAi twm to 



FKE PHWto good 1 
Male, g BenOa tM^ Cm 
4I3-221Z a^ S p.B. 

!■ -I . ■?!! mill ■ „-- ' - -^ -■-- 

FWtt to goad ha lw-laaiato 
picpy Y WMlfei aldb Fail 
Tvriar aad part 8|plti. 
Loees eUMim anU-gwd 
Moida vllk witM 
Can 4I7-<3M. ' 

M'nm>- 7 wm tm o ld. »_ 

aM itttar tnlMd. CaU 
4M-«»r3, aak in- -IH^. 



mBTECAT. "ttlaWf- 
koaieaify.aMBM, 



atfHbMte.lN 



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006 < 
Mtod 

0IM. 


' 3 yr: rtd «>^. 

torrtw, hoinr. 

iUliliad.tead.4»»' 



FB£E: Tl nno d ltoaaeMIt - 
ad brawl mtm^tm iM 



dog. f wy goad iM <M1- 



M.sm.eU.CiUim: 
m-lM or iriglte: m ' 
am. 



EA^-Vltta dea. CaU 
4iT- 



FKEEto] 
WeiWais 

y atddtmryi 
lattoalHll.itaaMdiate 




far 4 yr. aid 



tolaw^aBd 
Mltriiapet.Gdltt4^ 



VMK UDMB aWFfl 
aaMay m mt fM 



laUAfo., 






f KAVtVA OrfiMi- 
I ttmim ii$ t 

2i 
Vttbi 

aet men. FRntoii^ed 
lwae.CMl Bi i iWt . 



806 . MMI fHt 

dwrtar. 
frvataa 



WPHB-5 
la 

Mttli 



£M,M- 



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free 



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KITTENS - Very pretty 
Gnat Bridge area. 4U - 
«». ___ 

DOG - Part baafcy, part 
torrtar. Adorable male, 1 
yr. old. Free to good hotoe. 
4M-N«5. 

■*iJh>i^toe w ii *i ewii^-" ■,■»■■<■ 

GBRHAB aUMBMl aad 
cofif* jMMk Pre* to a good 



mm RtTtBHS - Very 
Binfal, d waaka old. Free. 
cm batwaaa l p.m. aad 10 
P.K. 4I7-4N3. 

■WM«MWifc IMI ll I ■«■ II ■ nil 

» iaTTEMS-.4 waeka oU, 
aU balie or nUot. litter 
tralaad, aad lovafala. 4M' 
47S3. 



FRIS Iwna maaara for gar- 
daaa. Gnat BrUtaaraa. Af* 
tar 7 P.m. C^ M7-74af. 



malla. CaO m-im^ 



nm Pttai pragrams far 
kMa at Great JNwk, Wla- 
aid TliHaia 
iWaviaaev- 
atr Bttvd^ moniag. 
Camael MOlwi for ta- 
M nua tttlaa. 



FRBS GAIA of pviflaa 

l^BwW* ^^%W^BW ^^^V ^ff BWw W* 

F»MDraittB».$tA«a 
DMrlMan. ai-«M. 
rrat Iteler MatMtltOi ra- 
parf. WiB«mialhlrit|oar 
water Mt tdl yn inw 
water ptAMttoBtflBctoyipar 
tehlly. 4n-»4SB. • 



FCDOAL TAX iafonaa- 
Ueaaad aaaialaaee. CaU 

batvaad I a.m. tad 4:4S 
p.m. Triepfeooa 4lt<4770. 



fSIE 



AddNaaoftapii 



HI service mtxMM - parts 
^Mitag. 



Can 4M-101P. 



BUYER PROTBCnOII - If 
wa'n ia the market for a 
«Md car, there's a firm 
law to pnteet yoaaniatt 




baditfca ttUaafa< 

Write tor the free 

"Gaakamer ProteetkMOh' 
dar New Aatttompartag 
Odometer Uw," ftom the 
NatioaMi Hlfhway Traffic 
Safety Adaiiaiatrattoa, 4fi0 
SeTehlh8t.S.W.,«raiftta(-. 
ton D.C, tOSIO. 

rtSB TBn»<Cat|<M«alt 
I mill I tor firaMOiaii 
ttmhw. Can 4a-MII af-, 
ter«JO^m. 



FSSB-Bahy Jara. Moatare 
tmrior aiaa, law amaU Jara. 
Good tor mahiafiaUy. CaU 
4tO-lSM. 

MtC-ltoias Qt cMias- 
wrt doOma. aaiNil- 
MMyafM4»%ifflalna 

^ ^^jf^^^^^ M^yik« Anil 

CaU 4aO-IM4. 



BUOnrVL wh»a Htty. 
Paateto, M wka. oM aad 
Uttar tniaad. FRtt to 

Rl ht to** atfirat aight! 
ttMW. 

BABT BABBITS: I white, 
1 Mack can attar 10 a.m. 
41V-II1V. Free to good 



NEBDAnUfc 

tor yoir MufcMiMatiag? 

The CkMpaafca MlteLl- 

teM]^ailafaf>w<|imnnii 

as cattaralalWra, meelaa, 



COTE, wall M■rtahadpBp- 
-Corgi• 
very Smut, t wks. 
old. m-M9. 



FBEE to gaed, toffag I 

ONLY. PartBaati^i, mate, 
fwutered, t far*. oM, has 

had aU aBgto. ' 

smaUganMHii 

Lovabte, tntmt, Tory ta- 



trui^aai. WaaM prater 
aetela wttkoit ehOdrea. 



gray mM hiaek. • 
wka., to giMB ! 
(MfM alter »:» 



fOUawAOQi4M7, hody 
INb te 

caH after '« n»> 



FEMALE! 

(raatofilii 

tote of NMIk tHNdited. 



,iiirtars Lionry w 
EwerrTaea- 



MM Jar yoar wnhwi 
tor a' andy report 
gMag erltietl ataaaa- 
aeata at tfta dUlereit 
fflafcaw tM wdala. Piae 
from Mrile CfHaan Be - 
aaareh Groap, MOO P St. 
N.W.. WaaktegtM. D.C. 
tOOM. 

I I I I -■ — -■ 

FREE irEATHBRBBMRT 
Vp-to-lht-he«r. Bamgkm 
Roada area toraeaaL Dial 
y-i tii. 

KITTEMS-threa I wka old, 
Wtar tniaad, ahort haired. 
Oram* aad «UtejOnage. 
hteek tmi whtta, fIsE to 
good hone. t27-50lt. 

OOGB-S, oae GoMed Re- 
trtwir, t yaara old, 
tateMd. flao Irtak Setter. 
1 jnar oM, tevate, both 
with papers. CaU after f 
p.m. IM - 3444. Free 
to gead home oaly. 

FREE REMOVAL tlwa 
ktek aaaUiiv Uste. Write 
totee Direct MaUMaxket- 
lag AaaociatloB, t East 
4trd Street, New Totfc, 
NY. lOQl7aadaakfertteir 
"name remoral form." 
They'U get the Job doae. 
ao charge. 

FREE EYE DfFO-Baatc 
tecto areryoaa ahoald 
kaow aboat aye carafram 
tia Titrate Sodate tor 
fiw rrtraattoa of Bliad- 
aaaa. For jrewr tree copy 
c< "Tov Bra (or a Life- 
ttiM «f UgMt" write:Pr«- 
vadBttedaaas, Boa MBO, 
Ri^htooad, Va. 2U16. 

lite Tidewater Corre^^- 
daMa Bibte Sahoal wUl 
aaal a Free Bible Coarse 
to an wkowritetetortftam. 
We have five eonraaaaTaU- 
aU«,«Mft»>ehndraa,«-12 
OM tor taaaa; aad aa easy 
add admead eoana tor 
adatta. Write to: Tide - 



BMfBdnol, P.O. Bob 1247 
Chaaapaaka. Va. 21220. 



FRIB-For able people who 
waat to kecome more able. 
Lean kow to tavrorayaar 
Ute. haadtepraUMBS aad 
acUen year potaallalaac- 
ceaalallte. AnUafeteabw 
ta VIrgtela Beach. Savaa 
howa packed fktt at aaaabte 



deoorttf yoar home. We 
a)ae teve loads of free in- 
iomatioa to decorate your 
miad, 

^^^,t„^^^a^r^i^^kiMm m iiim^9 H *m ■■■iij^ii u b u i 

FREE TO GOOD HOME. 
Bawtifol 3 mo. old Ut- 
teas. 424-222*. 



BE THERE when the ti«tr« 

wake 19! Free eolor bro- 
chure taUs yon aboal n- 
catkAlflg ia the Great 
SmqUaa, in Spring or 
aayfito«- Write aStUIo 
Ckamber of Coaunerce, 
UMl, AsbeviUe, N. C. 
22108. , 

■ 

FREE horse maaare Ibr 
^Idana. CaU 4a-294«, 

FKBB nBEBOQD- Ite re- 

ton tor nvim oB Mg 
Uaik and kinUac away. 
GaU dll-USe. 

FREE': AdoraUe haby rab- 
Ute. CwteUtttebaadMaof 
far ready to iota. W»'fe 
gat pMlr, tfeay cab be 
yoera ti jmw'U gii« them 
a (god home! >40-743«. 

BSFOMPUTDUaaaMka 



FREE: Predooa "tabby" 
kltteas. We have tkreeleft, 
8 wks. oU aad aaad good 
homes! CaU; 4SS-04M. 

ii^i, 1*1^1^ III BP^Mfc* iii^w^i H mMwm^t.mmm 

m Tidewater Cliapter, 
Amertcaa Red Croaa. has 
a fartety of films, pam- 
puete aad aUda praaao- 
taUou on evarirtkiBg from 
dteait^ a«d firat aid» to 
tbe givteg of Hood. Thaae 
items are free aad avaU- 
ritle to the pobUc tor ase 
at ddh anatiaga. For In- 
fbnutioa oa how to dbtoin 
this matarid, ecataet the 
RedCttMkt«29-C7«l. 

ir- - -— ■ ■ ^ ■ ■ — -' ^ '-^ — ^ 

FOR A FREE BOOKLET 
on sMtomohite imwaw tax 

formatioa oa Mate gaaoUae 
aad sales taiaa» write the 
American AatoMMIa As- 
2iil Gateh 



aoelatioe. 

Rd., FsUs Chordl, Va. 

22042. 

BEAT INFLATION, Catea 
op wtth the Joaesea. Pass 
m Joaeaae by atartlng 

Rr ova faaat. Datelte 
EEI Write: The Beak- 
er, Bot Mlk. Saa Joae 
9SIS0. 

NXBDAcoaMiaat^mladad 
apakkar ten yoar dvle 
gnw? C^ 4tO-M7l ba- 
twwca 9 a.m. aad 12 aeoi. 
Uoaday threagh Friday. 

FREE STORY HOUR-for 
children to help work- 
lag parents, (or childrea 
agas 3 to 6, OB Wedaea- 
days at 7 p.m. aadSatar* 
days at 11 a.m. C he aipeake 
. Head(pmrters Library in 
Gr«i^ Bridge. 

FREE LIST of katea ap- 
pltaaeaa #tttilo«UI»-^yela 
«eato (parakaai jriea plan 

a aa r gy coat). For yoia- 
coptr ta ^G8A Life-Cycle 
Cnmag at AppUaacas," 
write Coaaamer ^ News, 
tOIBce o( CoaaamM' Ai- 



snipi. 



Waahiagtoa, D.C. 



paijoaai aad goalaaadkow 
to aehtaw ttam. Takaad- 
vaateia aftktei 
tolaurakowtoi 

la ioar 

Fr ee. Witt 

ao flkWattoa, to ntrodace 

ittepMlo 



Barber-atyliaf aatte. 3 
aate wtOi Aalt, etc. CaU 
848-7IW. _^ 

BBUEVE IT OB NOT: 
FREE, mate Oaure brad) 
AFGAB dog. ioar yoan 
bU. Odstaadiag qfpaar- 
aaee, hu beea akowiL aad 
vary goad Utfrnf^. 
futitf ia vary eoa w w r aed 
aboat hoBM that ha wiU 
baptaeadte^ForhteweU- 
bategt ke maat ba te a 
home with a large taaced 
te yan That, aad -a lot 
o( knm aad he eaa be 
ywrsi CaU 4e7'142l. 

fiOBSRT RIPLEY aiya: 
Kaowui advaaeaywiremo- 
ttooal - pkyaleal - meatal 
Ugh periods -low periods 
aad yoar aoddaat aroae 
days. FREE BBOCB^UES 
tdU 70a how to gat eem- 
patansad - paraeaaUied 
Btorhythm toraeaate. A- 
oMiiagly accarate. Write 
tor yoar FBEB BRO- 
CBIIBI8 to : Robert R. 
miiay, lac. P.Ov Box 13t, 
G^riUe. NY 140tt. 

FBESto a good home male 
partABgonkmaB7waaks 
oId,ltitartratead.WUlde- 
liver toryntrafiirovklwith 
to raaaaaable dtetaace. 
Fraa lobd aad Utter bot. 
Can •fT'>247S after 4 p.m. 

2 )R. OU) MEnUM klaa 
dog mijtad breed. Famate, 
«ayad. AU ahote. Leag 
reddish kmwB hair. Lovaa 

rLlk- 
M2-2ir. 



Ida jan 
CaIlM2-l 



EACLE-2 moa.. wormed, !^ 



BEACLE-21 

mate, tet ahal, tt2-19«3. 

FREE atFOftMATION to 

«Mft doaa? Bay t car, 4>- 
crT.V.7C*Uyoar 



N|M«t OB Bni foa are 

eaaat' - - 
witk. 



FDDR mixed breed pqviea 

Elgtt w^aka-old. Aayoae 

aa idfe ikam a 1 

wataMMd. M< 

aaytimea['l204 KampavlUe 

Bd. ■ 

FREE F&IEWOOD - te 
retan tor aawiog off big 
limb aad baaUag away. 
CaU 4iS-112l/ 



MnXD 



KSSfJH SSS 



lUaieaa, firnaar beet, 
koM work aalMBMa aad 
msiy other araaa .^ eoa- 
iradiarti aad aar- 
CaU year Batter 
m m- 

•rdO 

PrUay. 

FBEE TOAOOOOaOME 
Two daga-part dattrntiaa 

1 



BREED fanate 
PhrtkaakOT.aot 
CaU4lt-fnS 




yaar eld. 4d4-S44S. 




LOOnRG FOB A BUF- 
FALO raaat?OmB«dmo 
eoaraanoa? Or atefbaa 
maattegotttatoitBbck- 
MrdFedenrtiaa?Fiadc«t 
wkat's kappaatag te 
Aaariea by eaUitt thte 
taUinaawBbv0«ANl- 
12M. B'B ifea tomrlst'i oe« 
toaadfriaad. 



FBEE GAMES - to cheek 
oat Ptt, Probe, MoM*ote, 




.CaU«27- 
$«U (MO • 4:011) Haa*y 
- FiMiy. TaD it 
PMHiiw. ««*«- 
yaa, wt tB I ^ . 
yaa at*' a^ rathr yw 
pnwar vaaey wtoeaabeip 



m 



■Mateaaad 
«Mia» M«M at Ckaaape 
Baadtaartars t.itirk 
Great Bridr 



SkMtt. Fna to laadB—i 



baa rat 



FK££ ru a good nume. 
Cock-a-poQ - Black mate, 

2508. 

ORE WAY to BMke a . 
loag dtstaaca telaakoiu: 
caUi dtel NO-MI-lSa to 
fibdc^ it thapit^ you're 
eallllg kaa aton-flr*e(800) 



FRBEfpopMas, mixed ana 
stejpBard. Both malea and 
femalaa. 2 weeks old. CaU 

4M-101B. 



DOG - Part terrier-part 
poodle. SmaU , 6 yrs. 
M. Free to exceUeat 
home..M0:S460. 

FREE* LalKidor retri- 
ever, 2 years old. Good 
pet, aaada a good hnae. 
caUW-tm 

,m,^mt**i H ifc ■!>!■ 1 ■«■■■ Hi..»>.i*ii. 

FREE CHILDREN ACTI- 
vmBT-Stpfy abd movies, 
craft dayawd puppet shows 
Call Children Co-Qrdina- 
tor, Peggy Forehand at 
547-fl5«2. 

i vwiT catetengkalredpap- 
ptea. • wka. AdorkUe 
oraat* I week idd klttaa. 
547-4I72. 



FREE: Larely, healthy 
cate. Bive three, 1 yr. old, 
2 yr. old, and a sweet 4 
year old. Tak» oae or take 
all. 424-t2iM. 

NEED TO USE an ovt-of- 
town telcpBaaa direetory? 
We kava^ taa of thato at 
the Chciapaake Pvblic Li- 
toary Headqittiters. 

OOG-Mixed breed, z years 
old. apamd.aB abate, abort 
haired, koaaabroken tone 
ehildrai^ aedlBm alia, 
aate aaytUag. Free togood 
homeoair4«4-»3S0. 



Mmaaa^Mteiteatemiia 



RUBBHIMAID Party Plan: 
Ban aparty te Jroor hone 
aad neiii9 FBEE Hoataaa 
GiBai Bpadateenrymaath 
Maay ftans eiclasive to 
Party Plaa. CaU 420-1M2. 

ADD saM)ther Income-msa- 
agiag yoar own dlstribv- 
tpraklp. Anvooe wUl au- 

StioB dtf fo iti'Wa^JtfUtt- 
t7-«SB'i. 



91 pate yoor aame iatothc 
^handa of 1,000 firma eagar 
to aaad yoa aamplaa aad 
opportuoitlaa. Sand to: 
WAYNE, Dept: CP, Box 
96, Chawboro, K.t, 27973 

REDUCE SAFE A FABT 
wHh GOBaM Tibtete * E- 
VAP "water, piUs". Mur- 
danDnar. 

AUTO JUBK-We boy j«ak • 
autoa, ttweka, buses.CaU 
623-2297. 



VDilMG PIANO Serrice- 
Va. * N.C, upright pte- 
Bos S375-575. We bay A 
aeU, tune, 4 rebuUd. CaU 
l04-42t-ft323, Box 9671- 
Nortolk, Va., 23505 New 
kevboards A beaches. 
aaana 



ditiOB. SMS. 4»2>-3S24. 



CAi'WCc.: 197U. liOOatOB- 
ditiOB. Power worka! |M0. 
4l4-$924. 



1975 FIAT X 1/9. Mov- 
ing. Must Sell! $»SO.S47 
2iS2. 

'76 DODGE DART: Swing- 
er Special. 6 cyl. 4-speed 
CD., 20-22 mpg,P.S.,dtec 
brakes, trim package, rad- 
to, gold with g^ int., 
l4»000fflUaa.«moBthsokl. 
12900 firm. atjk.D.A. list 

$3,400). 422-4196. 

BUICK LTD, 1979, Ught 
bloe 'wltb white laattu tap, 
air-coadttioBad, tUpower, 
ttit-wbael, entee ooetrol. 
Caaaette daefc. Ufce new, 
Origteal owaer. |6,279. 
Call M8-W74 after 5 p.m. 

YES IT'S TRUE 
Every week advertisers 
gat reaalte from classified 
ads pUeed te year hometown 
commuaity nevrspapec Re- 
member when you have 
sflfflathtBg to buy or seU, 
have miaptecedaomathiBgor 
have property to rent, lat 
a daaaifiad a^ te thte news- 
paper pron ite aUUty as a 
speedy, efficient salesman. 



S-La«taad 



mSSSa 



LOST: WELSH CORGI, 
mate. Lost Chaaaptan Col- 
ony an. No collar. Big 
ean, ahort lege, ao tall 
black, wktta. tu te coter. 
Aaawan to aame: Nipper. 
Reward; 340-8626. 

•-AatoteakiMaterSala 



V0LK8WAG0N: Van- 1971. 
New rebattt aagiae. 2 ftael 
tuika, aoQM camptaff 
eqhlimeat. $1250. CaU 
aaytime after 5:00 at4h9- 
9669. 

TOltD ' 1174, Pickagp F- 
100, aotoantte, '6" naw 
tfieU, new ttraa, 6 1/2' 
bad, aieaUaat caadtiloa. 
Bank loan valae: |2Z00. 
Most aeU! 469-3169. 

M> ■OMlMET~Coa - 
nrtBia, Mt« Croat Tins, 
eirraat taa»aeitan stieker. 
Poradte sacte, good eon- 
dtttoa. 1600 aagotteUe. 
494-1071. 

EL CAMOfO: 1979, air - 
coNdUlMttg, power brakes 
^aaridg, aew tina, 390 
V.2. M7-3&47. 



OL08HOBILE-1973 Cua- 
toat earlsar wagaa, tee- 
tery air, AM-fV radio. 
Cteaa. 92900. 426-2400 - 

429-2179. 



CAFRKE M70: Good Con- 
dfiloa. Power works. 9M0 
464-9924. 



It70 GTO 
AM-FM - ran: 

steeritir -■♦ri ;■■■ 

matic 



7-ti«ka.TnUen-Jeeaa 



1970 Chevy C-40, horaey 
cattle van, 11/2 ton, load- 
int nmp te rear. Holds 
4 OT'teonkoraaa. Miybc 
aeea at 2727 BoUaad Rd. 
CaU 927-2972. 



FORD: 1971 PICKUP, 
slnifht atick, 902 aagtoe, 
Atf-ni nuBo and tape - 
Mcfc, ral wtth makow da- 

efkMakto.»ii|tf. wagon 
^M rtol itofloa Mck, 

tetter iMda uiiijtkmutr 
SkaU. 91795. 462-3524. 



« 






1973 17ft. LOCRAFT opeo 
flAemaa, center cooaele, 
s aaadn w ater. taeomater, 
eempaaa. 69 HP Evteruda 
Witt 40 kra. nmateg tteie. 
Mamy boat trailer. AU 
Uka aew ooadUioa. $2700. 
397-7002. 9 - 6 p.m. 



12- 



SS! 



OPIH)»rrUNITY 

National company has 
c|ieniBg8 tot immediate 
employment. Boatess, 
wilfraM, aqwrleaead pre- 
torred (Tkte te not resteu- 
rant work). 

$710 

Monthty 
CALL 424-4992 



COSMETICS* - a MarahaU 
Fidd tuatty owned eom- 
paay te aipaadlng te Va. 
FMd Cnanoaatae. Part- 
time coaaaltaBte Beaded.. 
PoaaiUe to ean $100-, 
9179. Commlaatea aUea.^ 
Saad aame, addraia, aad 
tatepbaae nandnr to: Box, 
1927, C/0 Chaaapaaka 
Poat, Cbeaapa a k a , Va., 
23226. "SmaU tevaatmeat 



CABD CABBYiNG ELEC- 
TRICAN. FaU ttttw vorit. 
Call 466-0347 - 9:30 to 9' 
p.m. 

SUMMER EMPLOYMEHT- 
AapUoatteaa an now being 
taEnfor oar ngtetntioa 
daak aad aton. Apply he- 
twaaa 10 t.n. aad 2 p.m. 
Moa&)r throMklkaradai. 
ikiiMaT tea Tnv-L-Patt. 
PwfSa ter oateldaiiila- 
teaaaof work; ateo part- 
;ite* pteaU toaehteic. 
ion (SaaertflSrthBltd.. 
Va. Beach 




PfB4fl,fllladmea 



ttiyi pj 



■m; 



sun unmemwuHf, «un< 
plate aisUteice, gaarka: 
•ad aanlw^, PiMBataite 
?aiter. Boa 9m, Ckaaa- 
peake, Va. 22224. 

WABtED-PABTTIUE. 
93.00 hoar to tetepboae 
business firms. ExceUent 
-for heme makers wlthpn- 
schooL ue CkUdrt. Write • 
AtedidiitCidor, BrdABroad 
Straat, Florence. New Jer- 
sey 06516 

BEDBCORATt lUUKiKHne! 
Ban Moaayl Ba year owa 

own boaa! Opportoalty tor 
advaaeamaal! Part Tiffifor 
FaU Time. Call 417-1674 
aoytidie. 

RUBBSRMAU) PARTY PLAN 

Haeda denoastntOTs. Part 
or tall tlmt. No mUecting, 
ao packing, no deUven. 497- 
2929, aak tor Liada 'fkoren. 

FULL OR PART UmeHwaa- 
aal opportnklty tor mm or 
wonaa, teterestad te extn 
tacaaie. To arrange appoint- 
mant |dnae 424'9»W. 






CBirnnrV; 

Hie -. eooaiiioD 

468-1040 

GET APPLIANCE SALES - 

?iiekly! Jtdvertise in the 
lassified Secttoo. Call 
547-4571 for an ad writer 
SOW- ^_^ 

BEDS - King sUc, with ,^ 
mattress, aod velvet head- 
board. $199.00. new donbte 
mattraas, touodattoa and 
fnme $120. Trandte bed ' 
aad mattresses. $130.00. 
461-4740. ■-- . ■ 

PRACTICALLY new air *■: 
eOBditioner. $150,00. 543-, • 
1643. .-* 

inSBWASHER: Wklripoot, ,' 
front loading poriahte.good < 
eondlttoa. 4i4-4494.9''8.06 * 



S9-Vaated Te 



s. 



n 



START NOW 

Bavanl dUteraot joba 
avaUaMe wfih large aa- 
ttoaal eoaapaay. 



$720 



Monthly 
Rapid advaaeamaat, oa-job 
trateiag, paU vacattoa. 
Mtoybaitefe. 

CALL 424-1737 



WANTED - CLEAN naad| \ 

fanitan. glaaa. todte.Aa- , « 

tiqaes of all kteds. Paat. ' 

Btck ap aad cask paid aa « 
Hw spot - caU day or 
4 j«?,— - 



•7909. 



CASH Of 1 BOUB 
Faraftan, sUnr, dte- 
moods, glass. eUaklampd 



HOUSEKEEPER-Un -te, 
ean or 2 wondarfkl ckild- 
raa. Moat weskeada tree, 
caU afier 6 p,m. 466 - 
4619. Virginte Beat* Ar- 



NOPYIEW RARE CODtS - 
NorfUk'a maat complate, 
bay, sou, tnda. Bayteg 
aUver coins. 42SoBteen 
Sbopidng Center. NorfoU. 
653-6U8, 



HELP WANTED 

aaea sate*, ao.dakfi^aaad 

aalaa pea|aai*'^"" — "^^ 



22-JawaliTB 



n 



mm ' 




ladies dtemond aof-'j 



FlattaiuB 



o( IM 
wapaalak 16 

SuW-70|i. 



STUFF EHVBU>PE8t9MI0 
thoaaaad. EhnionMdteto- 
ly, Saad atattpsd;addre8s- 
ad eavetepe. (B.L. 8aa - 
dera, P.O. Box06MI,Cte 
dan. P. 0. Box 06262, 
Clevetead, OH 44105). 



nn settiac. 

faatar: st)^.2.69. $SS»i 

20 each. Ap- 

ifaiaad te 1975 tor 

;1U80.00. 'Priee-97.200. 

Can 469-1741 or 423-711$. 



22-Coa« 



2a; 



to Bat 



CRABS - Live, faf bwhel 
or doien, oppoalte Hante 
Seafood Raatennat.' Earl 
Smith. 340-5171. 



OPPORTUNITY-add a se- 
cond iBoanw to yoar Ute. 
Uaa yoar ^an tima to 
damlap and ateaaga your 
owa dlstribatorahip. CaU 
497-S699. 

COBBECTldllAL Officer, 
Tidawatar CometloBal 
Unite, 201 QramdNler 
Road, Cbeaapaaka, Vs., 
947-7669. 



Jfei 



BIG MONET maUteg oar 
aalaa letten. GaaakMgda- 
raBladlraadapfilUd. Baak 
aaM addrtsaad nampail aa- 
vakva to PEBry, 3106 
DOaglaa Rd.. Chesapeake, 
Va. 21122. 

ManBaMaHMaantemmBaaaBm 
21-Prtvatetealn4ttea 



PIAMD LESSONS: Leaaoas 
to i^perieneed ptaao tea- 
char. B.A- te maate. Cco- 
aar^atory J. B. Msrtini- 
Raly. 93.90 haU hour, 
96.00 hoar. 567-6232. 

BAtra twiriiag, ma»!h- 
teg aad itralttag. SmaU 
clasaaa aad jprt vtte la a- 
sons. For fartaarfalteiBa- 
ttcn, can 419-4101 after 
7:26. 



GRAM-FED 
BEEF 



saviifs ea 

•Cat. wNgped le 
nedfleafiina. 
*>1ree hMae daUvery. 



•Oer paraeasi, 

ba«k gMraame. with avety 



MfOOdBIOflt i^BTBVB 

oraat BrtdRs. 



29.Uwa aat 



*:■ 



TOP son, - dark; rick,: 
loose, loamy saad abd fiU. . 
CaU 587-9077. 



EASTERN UWB A TiW 
Sarvica.- tor . X^^ ate ^ 

HoUoway'^O^MTT^ 
written esttmato. • 



21. 



iSiBk&tSt 



POODLBit - rtn. buck 
ateadard. 9weeksoM,AKC 
Registered, shots/ 
wormed/clipped. $100 
aaek.CaU6974MO.I2 



oaiwiwa, 
fraas cfei 



!VKR' 

Black, ABC n- 

tittar 

940- 



oU. Eierilaat show pro- 
ject. ak»<""»'*» •t-'-H 




TBVHf ET - lateBik, ntc 
cia*. 9M»»0.»"4ll*4MO 

* '9 CARAT DIAMC 
■1. with 2 atBa 

i«fl wra S' 



219. 



ALL KWDS OF MACBSNEBY 

sells fast with Clasalfied < 
Ads. CaU 947-4571. 

1979BOtCTim.L:i4'X12' 

Puniah^ Jtrft, 

t Bedrni Caare- 

naift . : in Derty Run 

Park. '• "tad Msame 

monthly 'Ul 
4M-45r 

- ^ 

nuny estrul Payaqpltyand 
assaae. Must s«« to as- 
preetet*' 



Can raamte on lot which 
' feacad. Home (eatares 

'6' porch covered by 
:20' awsteg. 497-8603. 

v^nAMPfON-TowaUaen^ 
l8M, Uke aew 3-bdta.. 

t 1 /t L..tk .. 1 |-KJ> 1 Jkfv 



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:s kitcbN,I^H 
> a4i $4000 uimi 

. 4JI7-1064 


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HOME FOR RENT. Jm - 
maculate, uafumished 
tonst, 3 b«drn) , 2 baths, 
garage. 1 year old. Per- 
fect condition. Fully car- 
M. 1280. NO PETS. Be- 
iinnees A lease. 467-3420 



tf-OM^Ot-Ton lar IU«t 



OLD NAGS HEAD N.C. - 
Waterfront, 2 bedroom, 
ale«|)s 8, 10 pets, 912S 
June, (ISO ialy and Au- 
tasX per week. 487*5457. 

80- Wanted To Reat 

WANTED TO RENT: July 
24-31, 2 Bedrm. apt. near 
batclk. Uwt be clean. 
PbOM: 412-462-9123. 
Write; Boyton, 4617 W, Run 
Rd.. Plttsborgli, Pa. 152 07 

M-rtraHtVa. BMCft 



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utij-jjMi uiTii, e, Centrai i*[ . Wi, tcJwa 

Payment to Ve' Only $200 total cash re- 

quired of Veteran f uicaasers 

LMattd off Deep Creek B! 

1/1 aUe aortb of MMlUry ttwy. 

AMITY COWynWCTlOW t RBAtTT CO. i»7-f» 






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PORTSMOUTH 
NURSES REQISTERY 
IS NOW OPEN 

24 Hour Mrvlctt for ell 
TIDEWATER AREA. 

RN. LPN, Atdt, A Certified 
nonienHmerB. 

UO.: Freedom Avenue 

Purt«iBOutb 
487-3276 487-9185 



■tiend itiumeimaedtjitiely. 
IWe will be Urtti regloMl 
|mi]M|*rs, area teanafera 
hnA niespeople in tliis 



war extensive irawiing pro- 
gram will result in im- 
m«4Ut« opportttotties for 
hlffb Mmiogs. 



Mr. W. O. JoMt 
Vfee-PrttMMt 
400 W. Bmd St 
Rletatwd, VirHiOa ttato 



i">5«'i OS, Inc. 

(I'Hl:,; -ting a 35 

hour training course to 
Chesapeake people inter- 






DAVID L. KAISER D.D.S. 
takes great pleasure in 
aoaouDdng that FRANK A. 
J0BN8T0N, D.D.S., will 
herealter be associated 
with him in the practice 
of deoistry. 

Office Hours 
Daily - Evenii^s - Sat. 
By Appointment 
499-2444_ 

40S S. ParUment Drive 
Va. Beach, Va. 
(Kempsvllle area) 



QEor^rowN 

GOkONY 
tsME m& rm sale 

^Kj^wirtMers 




BIIK^HWOOO-By owmr. 2- 
S^Kj^m lai«e wooded UA. 

Iniv Msrts. m-sm 

after S;00 sad weA-ends. 

KEllV6ma.E <BflM Tree): 
ifn - t^mUmpHurj 3- 
Beton., ttreidace, carpet- 
ad, gu*ce, xmnstM.- 
IhiM sell, «l«9eetedtraa- 
«»> Bu«aia tt $fi,900 
By Owner. 420-SMl. 

■ I * . ■■ II -- ^ 1 1 !■ ■ —■■■■■ I II - II ,1 

^OiraUUAKE: 4-Bedm. 
fiura^-rwHB vttklir^Uce 

^ satqMMl. MifeM 499- 

92781 ■■"--;- '- • • 

MSSX iMdrit. «o«t« m 

iMii iBfeiii IfHiB CTt i - aBaM" 

f<mk)i i-B«^ fern* 
hbute. Mi - «wM)«Bta(, 
uatt-to-wfil ca^gwUaf.ap- 
fOmm, taciwted, 1 1/2 
birtia.Assane !»,«»; seU 
m,9m. Call Anderson 

m-mn. ' 

WSMCU SCmtViCn: Arts 
Cminmoa are*. 3-B«A«. 

pcbrtw. 1km rented. 
19,00^ (^ler, \if mner. 



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^^TfUmSLS BL\a}.. 3 
bfAfOens, la^ lot, air 
eMMJoMtf, <MMieher, 
^. 4n-24W. 

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flMmES OFFICE LOTS 
Qpltrfid^^ * Attemarle 
ST? tet^ed (ffice stten 
^.acti 4Ml Wrter,sew- 
#. eMil^Ur iKftitol. 
^nmU^M * Le^r. 
i ^B.«9I 

kf ittflB^-MaU llu- 

2 ^of^ 4 bedroos, 2 

1|2 hitt. JSCP ]Aas sq. ft. 

^fkig wea. By owner. 

Hd i^Mts iimm. 






NEW3-BEDR0OM 
REAL HOMES 

Over 1,400 S^ Ft. c4 tiving space 
Your own larN) on 4 sides 
Csrpetm9, sir-conditioning, & 
sppMamciwiMlu^id in price 
PHvifoBsiK It Tennis Club 
See furnished nrwH^U 

IPSWICH TOWNVILLAS 

COLLEGE r^ARK 

Virginia Beach/Ches^^ke, Va. 

T^e I-C4 to bdian River itd^ Interchange, go west 
1 mile to College Park otfrance at Providence Rd. 
A fellow s^pis. Cuvlyn Griffin. aUMM^nager 

424-9679 

Nights 424-4812 



HOME 
feERVICESI 




How dsouf 1 

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CMiaiMwtiltli 
PiUi&e 




Flit Efttnetet 

NiSHT ^2-9220 

MioM 140-5236 
VA. HAOl VA. 




onsfMcimii 

IQHIPIUyiT ^ITAL 

AIR COMPRESSORS 
^ * vAND AIR 
TOOLS 





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4S33Balnl)rtcl9eH¥d. 

HOIllIANinA]f:i^l. 



JUr CMvresMvs 

See Beaters 
ilnSaws 

. Weld»w 

.FnrkBSs 

Cnaan 



543-5723 



BLACK 
BROTHERS 



Bailders 

Home Improvements 
CortractoNt, 
Garage Brailers 
RoemAddltou 
Alumimam ^ii&ig 
IbKrfs - Carports 
Kitcben Remodeling 



545-791^ 

IBgA E. Black. Sr. 
IfOO Pfrit Avenue 
Chesi^Mke, Va. 



*A9 Mat of sarafit and 



*^Sa|m*l|||ffii^ te a dan 



ALL TYPES remodeling, 

plumUng, electrical, ma- 

sonary, no job too small. 

Call 5«7-1301 anytime, day 

>(ff tti|dtt. •"■•--«' ' «•- ■■ 
L To - ..,,;;,-.; Ui* ,- 




t1to,to^,S 



lUi BLACK 



Bwse layroraMft Co. 
AMTmiB iVtilliIGS 



eWSBWOBIC GOT TOU 
DOWN? 

Gmeral cleaning, steam 
otnctiim carpet clean- 
ing, floor wni&g and 
^r^ing, windowcleaolBg, 
carpet and qiholstery 
shampooi^. Bonded and 
Insnred. 

FIEI BnniTE. Gall 

ttcmsemiML at «m- 

mi m tern eair ^- 



GARAGES AND ADDITKWS 
Kltckens, remodeling and 
bome r^ftirs. General Build- 
ing and Re^s. 399-2219 



LOT CLEARING, Grading, 
Demolition, Acreage 
(dearing. Small or large 
Jobs. By the bour or job. 
FltEE estimate - call 547- 

mz. 



S. A. Nuckles - 

Ceramic- 4 floor tile. Old 
t new work. Bariu — -is, 
kitchens and po.enes. 
FREE estimates Ca!; )(f3- 
3337. 



J. CAIJ.AHAN PAINTING 
tntertor, firteriu', acoustic 
blown ceilings. FREE es- 
timates, 588-8319. 



HOME QintOVEMENT - 
CarpMtry, toeing, siding, 
room additions, storm win- 
dows aod doors, plaster- 
ing, elMtric, concrete 
woit/^fanriiring, guttering, 
remodeling kitchens and 
bathrooms, brldt and Mode 
work, aluminun sfaliog, 
fireplaces, carpeting and 
paintlnr. Servinn: all Tide- 
wter. 622-4519 



we &d CLEAMWti and 
btnUiig of all kinds. 543- 
7924. 

CABPETS—cieanea , your 
carpet will never be clean- 
er, or look better wtU 
you try us. The best rates. 
m-iWi. 



PAOITufG-^tertor, ez - 
tei&ir, very n^t, refer- 
enws, rensonaUe. 421- 
3M2. 




WKS 9AS»m - re«r 
nMnd, tariUMd eettm^ 
<ii«Ml,»Oft.lr^i^- 
inrUe Seoid. mm. 
mmne wm Sm»x, SW - 





(H»a, get rei^ torwln- 
^r aiid #e bNt Aflng 
Ml»mi Vafl Md VenMBl. 
^rftil prte. CaU Nor- 




.^ GoodtK 
^» Icouldn^^ 

1 live without 

!Amwa 



Taylor 
Brettum 



484-^4542 



tm Ri?«r fMks Drive-l^ylerwood, Chesapeake, Vau 



You can tmst ap^ 

mtdrlB 

IIBUSBMiei REALTOP 

OUSE OF THE WEEK 



CBn^n^d L-a^ed ru^R. 3 bednxMSs, 
. „„». iu% ro^ wtt eatMd««l celling, lad 
ftr#|i@i, ttriiv PMNn and »t-to kttefeen, porUfle 
Mtar Miyettd m« c«Mml air Juat pump. Uni 
and rttUty rotmi. Srt in a benriifal wooded 




The Bsnlters betow art pwitsitcnals to rtil mM» 
wfeenfewifbeto t strM eoSa «f tWto u wM^ 

of Ineiland stata hoards and sfttaRnttonri Asse^ttM 




Pnfet your /n vMlMfiff $•• one H tMne f^Mmwti ^Mw^ 



BRADY & 

Awee te^^ in c. 

Realtors 



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04 TYKE NECK »^« 
"HTSMOUTM VtlKNW 

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. . .,.,.4 in woridq^ as to- 
lufltecr couteelMii and 
speakers, TBU is sqiec- 
ially seeking^ ^enakert 
retired persoM tad othejto 
who are avaiUiUe and in- 
terested in asM^hg In 
setual aaaaM tmtmM 
and preventiM. 



A pre-cwreeirterview 
IS requited to registm-. The 
course begte om UoHtey, 
July 11, mi at 7:«4i.m. 



R^«trttion {« ftw tte 
sours* ta |20, which in- 
cludes BMnbership and 

TtttTOte an Mervtow 
aQ1«Sat«a^^aion- 
<toy-Friiby tnm 9 a.m. 
S p.^lbftetr!Mtoi for the 
coonb onto <I4^ 7. 1977 
and is Umttoi to IS per- 



Anoi«:*s the associauon Mhisntwnartner 
OR. &EROY STIFF in the ^c^ of: 

KMuiT , PLANNilKi 



1014 l^rk AvmM 
Norfolk, Virglitfa 



822-8300 



COUJGEPA}* 



Loafis 

NOTE and AUTO 

Itorfollc 

County 

Finance Co. 

LOCALLY 



482-3381 

342 BATTLEFIELD Bi.Vl) 
WU'iON 
SIIOI'I'INUCKNTKH 




coeQUTi^moia 

l^liMaVilHM 

IIM^MNH 1 1 
Deimis bs beotf associated 
with us for only 1 year 
but alrei^ is a mulion 
dollar aiard winner and 
hu ris^nti. the dlstlif - 
idsiMd salonman award. 
His siles vtdvme year to 
(bte has already maite him 
elMUe for the million 
doUnr clid) again tUsynr. 
So CaU Dennis, a real pro- 
fessional, tor your buy- 
ing and snUtiig needs at 
547-3015 or 547-4555. 

RIcardolfic. 
Jlealtore. 

351 JMlstowa Rd. 

Ches^Midte 

547^555 

"In in honrt oTGreat 

Bridge" 



Pi^ftow 



iyin8w wtt^ li^2^rtpiy 
Iknvim fliwn f47|7SO. 

3 beOoomi. 2 M txMv. Counliv Mdren Famly room 
Ovwiiw garcge. Mh aOCX> sq. ft. krtL 
PrvoteJrttvft Tamil Qub 
Pat Wnteon. Pomhrohe Ronltjr 




Miiyiiiuiift 

Ipcwich VlQOK Colsgs Park 

HoMngs Cout off taramont. Olr J 1-64 to mdtan 

River Ret W er chonaeWeitimi. to Cotocn Parte 

«n«ranc«folow*]r«.||*^48d-lSlf ^^. 

mm Omw W»-i4WNlghto 497-714r 



2 



DR. MARVIN LOWENHARDT 



Po^trlst - Foot Specialist 



the opening of Us offica. 
for the pmetie* of Podiatry. 



4119 E. Indian Blver Rood 
Cbeanpanke, Virginia 
4I4-44M 




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at i super pricv | 

This -dtnigri.is hand / ■ 

Bp(ji«jl m a l»o»e«hln fcl'*""- 

china t/as« Awiilafata m " 

cither blu«9. brouvnj. or burnt 
oramjies wAh hand p^tedbwife to 
K^centuaM tht d^cM* crins. 
The famip standi ^* 1^ 6 «9ped 
uMi an alMrlc shade. 
ConvteM Mh a brat^iriiliii 
mounting w)d S-way t^Mng. 

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Medicat' Laboratory - Industrial 

Mm - StrviM A LMrtig 
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HEALTH CARE DIViSKHf - RESCUE SUPPUES 
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Power Seats 
^nrcr Floors 
A^matte Lifts 
Ramiw 

non-Cioimels 
Tie DcHBis 
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EiAmiM T^ A Steeriof 

Ci^wCimtrois 

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Eleetroolc Call Systems 
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By IIAIWMM J. WEBER 

Om no^% abovt a y^r 
a|o. Ita^^atftn OJlwl iter 
{Hent, W# nMMRl. and 
Mid, 

"Otteis ^rhat Vm 4oiag? 
I'mtaamiql^paifl'' 

UwA to tier sorprise, 
firieiid Utt$ eou^iM wttb;, 

"Guess id)^ 1% (toioK? 
rn leu^%^ ii^ tool 

The t«o mfftvUevoaM 
say it's reall wA svrpris- 
inr ttat ^y both turned to 
-real art". 

"We've always been a 
cOKSkle of craft 'freaks' mov- 
iQI from we handicraft to 
aaotber over the years, says 
Betty. 

MulKe works inoilsBetty 
prefers watercotonr. To- 
geUkK they saw a «e«l for 
aa i^suni^y store in ttie 
Kem^liUe area. 

"It always seems if you 
Deed t^ree things, you've got 
to go to three dififereot plac- 
es," the ^0 eq>lain. 

They hqpe to keq> th^r 
^np aqp^ied with ttie items 
tttt trtii^ need, ta addi- 
tioB, tttey ar6 s^it^ a heap 
of favm^ ilrvlce to tteir 
little shofk. Itons not inatodt 
can l>e wiered and Art Cove 
eu Mi^al^ didhnr tt* 
wa^id ilMtf tik one day. 

Art Cvn caatiM a tall 
line of GrM*MlH> art stv- 
plies in^Mtlif <dl8, acry- 
lin, i^wndMTsaadpastels. 
In wiimm, tteycarryalan^ 
selectioB at slias in stretdi- 
ed caovassM, canvas boards 
UKi $/t»n, iadaOag D' 
tt*dMr4n|laroolorm»r. The 
shop am Stocks easels, 
brashes, Mat board and nut 
board cotters. 

Framim service is avail- 
aide throagb Art Cove as 

Art Cove offers a discotrnt 
to art stadeots and instruc- 
tors, lierchaadise bou^ in 



lar^ quantttte also is dis- 
coo^ adth ^ as^^^ of 
the art w(»ic vrtiidi te uM 
OD CDOsignmcM jU Airt ^m. 

Art Cove features a mini- 
fallery irtiere the itorks (tf 
local artists hmg lor^iow- 
ii« and for aUe. Amoog the 
woria eurrei^y being Aon 
are fliOM by AttdylfautteU* 
Aim Woolard, <Ha Gumqr, 
Bill SttuinertiB and HeUM 
m^re, as well as Indian 
sand painting bj Jason Hc- 



Art Cove is begliuinga 



sems at Imspms ttoUititt- 
Mbi wterertfirs.dratM^Md 
tocMui nadFpHtatt^t. ^dUMt 
aronall, oHeMlKftMiMiiiU 
atteottott mm tt* qpiMified 
instructors. Th«i« is a |S 
cterge for sieii' tMrhour 
class. At the pHisat ttBt» 
m Art Cove ^^xedal ^hles 
those hitere^ed in oil 
paltriing classes to one ttek 
lessoe. 

B^ and ll«d|:eare«^' 
ing their recently opraed 
shi^. 

"lUs is where we jday," 



tl^say with a dmdde. B<Ah 
Mi|oy pecide and love tevlng 
folks Stop by to chat and 
have a ^ (rf odfife with 
them. 

■ "We tofe having tbeyoung- 
sterst^flie in," says Betty, 
"they brii% in dravdngs they 
have dMS ud ask for our 
advl<». Iki^r also give us 
thetar adt^ wM Itad^ and 
I are paiiM^f.* the lidili with 
i laugh, "CMMren are ve^r 
h«»st in their critteism Ud 
t^n^'r^ 1^ an awful M 
of the time." 



ComptAte Artist Supplies 

FREE 




ake a course in oil 
painting and receive 
1 St lesson FREE 

^las$9s forming for 
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•WaHir Colors • iana Painting 

185 Kempsville Plaxa ShOMlag Center 
.2M<2 



VlrgiaU Beach. Va. 

•r4»7-9716 






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Sheriff's arrest at Beach a puzzle 



By RHONDA mCOLL 



Tbe facts ia the case of Chesapeake Sheriff JAa Nev- 
hart are so eoatradlctory that btDdiog the story Is itke 
{trying to do a jigsaw pueele with pl«ces t^dm'tfit. 
Mewhart was 4irre$ted on Hay 11 at the HolUay In 
00 S9th Street, Virginia Beach charged with ab^ctiM, 
attamntcid sfldrtmv a»Ki wsf nf a firearm in the comoiissitn 



Charges were dismissed in Virginia B«sch JvT«ul«Cwrt 
when tbe 17-year old accuser refund to testify. 

The case was carried to the graiki Jury bf the Goinimn- 
wetltti's Attorney and Newhart was tnlicted w two charges, 
with the firearn charge dropped. 

If ewhart is contimiing his sheriff's duties in ChesapMke 
while awaiting trial, scheduled for July 21 is Viiglnia 

BMCh. 

A sHti^ 9t the lotAl ^us coverage M tlie arrest, 
trial in Ji^^e cowt^ and grand jury teaHit lave many 
^aii^ faoU^ Ikat l«ul to nore Mack tolM. 



OM place to begin questiMlm is at tte steriff's ac- 
cuser, a 17-year old youth, who, acconliag to an article 
bf Gordon DlUan in the Virginia CNiseryer, Jvm $i; 
has been suspended from scteol for dr&wi^ a ladle iw 
his brother on February 7, 1975; Nispend^I for assattltt^ 
two female students on S^enber 24, 1975; Ms bem dted 
some 40 times (or violating tte Virginia BMch curfew 
Uw." 

1^ most recent Incident in which Vte ywth ^ twm 
involved is an accusation that he assariited a 60-year oU 
gra^mo^er, who is the operator <rf a sbx shop. 

According to the Virginia Otwerver "the senior citizm 
^ ami drt>pped her chaises -•^oo the advice (tf her »>a, 
a MAolk police officer." 

The ftet that Me of tte original charges ^^t New- 
hart, use ^ a flrMrm in coouaissiott erf af^ny, was 
ir^^ by t^ grand jwy. eaues sotea Mitfer al tew 
that chan^ CMtd be dn^pei and tte otters retefiiad. 

Tte nriten B«slb|Bi^nt, on 17th Street ud Atlutic Avt. 
at ViifiAbi BatA, ts wlHire the accosi^ siwi^e<tty had 
a dmiUti dwM^Muter, IrMch fries, fiiOi M9S, aada tm 
(Hnelrt. (From an article by TomHaoM m tte Vtr^idBa- 



PiM, six t^ys tmt Me ^r^^ were filed). 

He coitfllet ^Mies with tte Virginia (%server arttda, 
wUeh states: "Ite ^^rwfcr has also U$rma that the 
yo^ has btmt rq»rtedly faaued Crmn ^rMtttraotwter* 
te aid the evnts leading to the abductiw b^an. According 
to witnesses, the youth was not in the restaurant that night." 

In ^ Observer's first interview with the ycmth, he said 
that he Mered the restauraat at precisely 2 a.m., and that 
Newhart came in "lafrMrt of me." 

in the see(nd interview with ihe CA»enrer, the teeoa^r 
saM ttat Newhait was "leaving the restMiaat as ht iras 
imtting in at 2 a.m." 

Times show many cotfradictions in reports of tbe case. 
Tte accuser claimed tlHtt he was picked up by the sheriff 
at 2:30 a.m. (Vii^nian- Pilot, May 12. Tom Hautt) 

In a June 19 article b]r Haua, the yt^i places his ar- 
riiAl at flie liotel, the RoUday Inn on 39th Street, at 2:30^ 
a.m. 

An, Associated Press article says that Detective Frank 
Willis, who mad9 the arrest, said that the accuser told 
police tiiat Newbatt ^eked liim up between 2 and 2:30 a. m. 

The teenager claimed that be was told to wait in the car 



at tta nu^l tar three mimtes in am artida, and 30 mia- 
ates la aaother. 

He united, said thp ff><>nairpr, in an article by Haana, 
because he was "too seared of the gah." (The firearm 
charge has now been dropped. 

After the alleged incident in the motel roem, lAsa to 
youth says he was asked to engage in a /wx act, be was 
release! and said (in an article by Hanna) said he "sjHlnt- 
ed down Atlantic Avenue and flagged a K-9 police officer 
abont 4 a.m." The officer was at 21st Street. (Timt "spritrt" 
was from 39th to 21st Street-about 1.2 miles) 

IB a Le(^er-Star article by P^er Loomis, "Newhart 
was arrested in a secimd floor room at tte Holiday loa 
Ocean B^ch at 39th Street and Ocean frcmt at abotf 2:30 
a.m.. Hay 11, by Virginia Beach police." 

The AP article places the arrest at 5:30 a.m. 

Join Newhart baa been sheriff of Chesapeake for e%ht 
years, and is facing re-election in November. Since the 
May 11 incid«it, two candidates have entered tte sterifl's 
nice in Chesqteake - Wilbur Sears, 66, former police 
chief in both Ctesap^e and Suffolk, and C.W. Bucky 
Megglnson, 40-year-old Chesapeake bail bondsman. 






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5m Year No. 29 



Wednesday, July 20, 1977 



Virginia Beach, Va. 



Two Sections 



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By MARILYN J. WEBER 
SUN News Editor 



^conttig to Jack Whitney 
oTlthe Urglito laach Plan- 
niial 1^^ ai^i^lefmatiaD 
about tte (KttMal protection 
repilatioiia Wa curroitly 
working 00 has frightened 
Itai^ rMidnte i^ovn pro- 
perty in areas tiiat will te 
studied in drafting tte or- 
dimuKe te lat^ect the dune 
Une. 

"This is an OHportttrtty for 
the City of Virgtela Beach 
to tate tte laad te coastal 
maugement," Whiti^y told 



the SUN, coplainlng that tte 
federal govemmeit hu dir- 
ected tte stete to develt^ a 

coastal MUi^NnteMri^- 

"The stete,* aays Whitney 
who is in charge of ravirtm- 
mwtal planning for the city, 
«haa no idea hom to manage 
dunes. Virgiidia Beachhastte 
test dutes on tee Atlitetic 
coart and now we have an 
opportunity to protect our 
duMs. If our recommenia- 
tlons are sound, bqwfully 
tee stete will adopt ttem." 
Whitney said ttere are no 
{dans toiHraUlritbtfldiq:any- 
wtere. Tte onttnaoce te is 
drafti^ tor tte city will re- 
gulate o}nstructi«i not pro- 



hibit it, alteouf^, he admit- 
ted ttet possibly some pro- 
perty owners might have 
a difficult time m«iting tee 
standards which nuy te set 
down te tee ordinance. 

Tte Planning D^artment 
will, acconUof toWhtteey, 
work wite property dwroirs 
wte are effected bf ttecMS- 
tal prot(ecti(m ordliaace. 

"Thrmigh tee use of de- 
sign inovattons," ays Whit- 
ney, "most pnqperty owners 
shoidd te able to meet tte 
standards which will te set 
down tetiK (mtemK^e." 

The ctty will w«rk with 
prqxirty owters on tte te^ 
placement of a building on 



their particular site as well 
as as^i^ng in the design 
of accMS ways over tee dun- 
es which will conform to stan- 
dseds and protect tee te- 
te^ty of tte dunes. 

Ptt^rty owners te tee ar- 
eas which may te tecluded 
in tee r^nitetery ruling 
which, according to Whittey, 
has no definite boundaries 
at this time, are fearful that 
city regulations may prevent 
teem trm meg tte land 
which te^l^aUy own. 

In discussion at last we^'s 
Co»BC%»e^ii«, City mana- 
ger Geoi^e L. Hanbury indi- 
aUed that possibly some 214 
lots te tte Ctesapeake Beach 



Rezoning petitions 
for higtier 




ByLEECARILL 
SUN PobUc AfMn Winter 

Three p^tteas for changes te sm^, all altowing higter 
^Bsity dsvaloinnant were granted Monday afterwxm by 
tee Tirgiate Beach City Coancil. 

Attaetteg two arMs of tte city, two pMtMs for sonteg 
te M Kanpetrille area, and one chaise te tte Lynnhai^n 
BoKW^, were ^p^^cMrad by CoeMU. 

It wv»t new teat a delPilOf«r wanted to make acpnch 
aMMf aa po^Ue from a iffoject. Mat was tUBs«»l 
ma teiA aa ajigdlcairt betere Vligtate Beach City Couneil 
eaaia r^ art aad said tl^ was why te waa se^ii^ a 
mdaf ^KBg*. 

?. Alfred Ettmi^, Jr., r^jmwMMiag tte CaraUer te- 
nrtaaMt Cmpuf, aaid teat tte devtftver wwU teve to 
t^kai a vwvter M a milliM AiUara to bri^ drainage 
to Ma^mA^BMlMiti^MAMKiagvwterdttsitysoniag 
to Feeo^ ud 'OMke «U tte ni#|gp we «B." 

CMA^Ii^ ArtatA. JN^ r^aitai ttat 1^ f^fi^iwrMBd 
yo«r teilta« aatt'a inr BMlty" Hi wtte pra^ a broader 

tea baM or In- tte ambe^g Mher raa««w^v«l(vers 
prat a rt brtore CweiL 

if^bMMtve tette 
wlttoel batting aa eye. 

CouacU aiiproved tte petltl« 
of toUH trim R-t Residaotlal Dtet|<ct to A-1 Apartment 
DIftrfd CO a 16.6 acre parei^ )o$*N «ath of Baxter Raid 
aad vast of an oaimprovad wnlniof EweU Road, Kempt- 
rille Borough. 

n* mmm u^m ^Omn M««Mm (100 atite) whQe 
tte pNpMNd M^ moM tttow ^ppMiAMMy ttO apact- 

^Mltar oMu tte t^^f tniAtmA te IomI A-1 
u to tte petttim, tte total trat^ co^tts 

W.3 acres. e.uiendk« nU tte developer ^m to MM 
^leies M tte p w pefty. mUe Aqdexea Hft permit 




Ettefridge said, 



the company for a ctenge 



under tee pr^Mt z(»ing, tte new wtmiag will allow more 
flttdbiUty beoMse lot sizes can te averaged. 

Drateife and success of tt» project is coatiagait upon 
tte develtQMr'a ac^ring 15 loot easements throt^h pri- 
tnUe ^-^«rty to tte B^t Compttny mittell. AnHtnimately 
half Of aasM^rts haw teen acqidred, Etteridge sate. 

Alttet«b tee trame sttMititw and schools te tte. area 
are b(Mh cnsidered im^gnate to s«wort tte dei^cpBent, 
Beam saU ttet teese tefe iwt teen sufficient )«a«ms 
to (tony rmosing reipieste. 

Tte antllntiim vms ap|itoved Iqr a ^e ^ 6-2. ComcU- 
innaB Meyera (Mermtorf wte inited against aflproval Mid 
ste was fM- caiNttaitsm, too, out was influenced by tee scbort 
coodlttms. COMKilmatt Geatge R. Ferrell also voted ii^inst 
tte petittea. Ate^ mre Vice M^w Patrick L. Steadteg, 
aad Cwn^taUM Tt^bmti R. Cromwell aad J. Henry McCoyl 

To Uw luro^Hy owwn in tte KemiNiville growte cor- 
ridiff, M retetttag p^U thiMt to tteir commuiities. 
Th^ «dnt iiMt t^t^mis "down tee road," witter did 
teqr mat 4^ace» «Meb are allowed by tee R-6 ami^ 
9t m pnpMty. T^ wanted m<3n si^le jkaily bones 
UtetfMrs. 

M Virgtete BaaA City CoimcU apparently fcwnd mm 
mertt ta tee prajNak « Doaglaa TattxA, of Talbot* 
Asaoctetea, to pNud Ml <AleM tte reaoali« rega^ted to 
allow time for ^Mittt ^ pn^^te ^efiMrty. Tte pro- 
}ecte, te said vn ^m to ftwr y^rs away. Cwnca ap- 
pTMad tte patttkttitfiMlliaB E. mm tor acteagettf 
Eoblnc from R-« IFaiidMiilial Mfetrict to A-1 AputetMt 
Dtetrict tor a ^4.5 aeri ]»rcel ud a dMge ^ si»i% tnm 
R-4 RettdewHal tt^tet te B-t CommnBity-Basteeaa ms- 
trirt m a 10-wre p««el m te west s^ trf C^en^te 
tm0», aaatt«rsiddenVaU^Dr)«*,KM«avltte^«^. 

Tte WQp&m te part erf a W aera tra«^, MviUy 

Conftwed on A-3 



are would te "unbuildable" 
as well as 15 lote te Ocean 
Park, 20 lots te Croatan and 
12 lots te Sandbridge. 



Joe Weller, a property 
owner te tee Croatan, indi- 
cated to tee SUN ttet he 
soi^t more information on 
tee lots affected te Croa- 
tan, but was unable to get 
information on it. 



"They told me ttet as far 
as teey know no lots woidd 
te 'unteildable' aad ttet teey 
really ted no idea wheteer 



lots in Croatan would be af- 
fected." 

Whiteey confirmed that 
numters ted been mentioned 
a very, very rou|^ guess. 
We teven't done any analy- 
sis or gotten into the study 
yet," he explateed, saying 
he oottlita't speak ateut tte 
lots affected until studies 
teve been com|deted. 

The city is working wite 
Dr. Victor Goldsmitt of the 
Virginia Institete of Mat-r 
tee Sciences. VIMS plans to 
use a recently received grant 
to assist Virginte Beach te 
determteing a "terdwood 



zone" which will figure teto 
tee total study and analysis 
which Whitney indicates will 
te completed tefore the or- 
dteance is drafted. 



Responding to a question 
ateut possible ccMirt action 
from developers, particular- 
ly te tte Chesapeake Beach 
area, Whitney said tee suc- 
cess of any court acticm a- 
gatest tee city te this matter 
would te "nil". 



"Under tee police powers 
graided to us, we can and 
do teve tee r^ht to deveU^ 



regulati(His te tee public te- 
terest to minimise tee effects 
of flooding," said Whiteey. 

"We feel we're on sound 
legal ground te this matter," 
he contteaed. 

ConclwUng, Whiteey said 
he knew lots of people were 
frightened at this potet. 

"Once pe(q>le see and un- 
derstand wtet we are plan- 
ning 1 telieve they will sup- 
port vk." 

Tte plan, according to 
Whitney, is uniqw and re- 
presents somethii^ ttet no 
otter coastal area has tried. 




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Tranc^lty not far from the hustle of Virginia ^ach. Locatdd off Northampton 
Bou^ywd this scene was captured (^)otogra0iicaHy by flOS WADDELL 



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THURMAN 



iHBi kpiffly m^^ 

^^M b« auto- 

:ts an 

like mucn, when 

■hour week, it be- 

12, again, not 

O.UIII, uui Tiiiough to stitle 

liaess owner. 

the budget down is essen- 

^.'^rr.essful small business, 

■V mtnirriiim wa?p<; 

:>: (iifference oetween 

ire additional personnel 

t h^]f4)eiis then, is that 
king for the mini- 
tana out better, but there 
xipl« tmployed. Store owners 
.ifford maybe three workers 
e nay only be able to afford 
ligher wage. 



Ma^ larger buslM^M, SMCk h^ 
irocery market chaii^, ^iNitN^M^l- 
tracts and automatieatty py^^g^w 
mt^s, and are thus m^ itteeM by 
tto clwnge, bat thei% an ^sm fo 
wtom the additional payroll MpMkwUI 
affect adversely. 

AcconJing to Cheryllloyer, imi^j' 

Coloote) Road, -It'll Iwrt ttitMM^ 
we're a small business. WccattaMnl 
the hel^ we now have, tM attlKM^ 
we wM't lay off anyi^, M ^*t 
hire telp we Med. 

i r^lite tte raise is necessary, " 
ste iMed,^ "^Mt peo|de can't «tfOFd 
to eat as tt is. It's good Ibr Vbun and 
bad tor v. I tUrii one thiag that 
■ay teifiR is ttM the price of pro- 
dMts vUl go #.^' 

iMdiBe GkU, manger M tte 
KMt^TfUt FhuM and mttma^m 

mriffis tt dtfOcvlt <n a IMle bulimis. 



p my ftiU-tini tigfel .^^H 


^p 


have to cot back say v i«^ ^^^| 


^p 


It iust in't wortk tnU)u>« p.. .-time I^H 


^p 


workers Ibr «2.6ft an ftttir. ' ' ^H 


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^■1 U>/«« MutoiiD^' ' will I^^H 


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be stretched o are* f^^| 


Wf 


years. ^Janwntl.lMft^^BMuR W^M 


^K 


hourly wateviU tie MaMHMllS. |^H 


^B 


which is 85 cents an bo tbea ^^H 


^B 


the present wate. wliicb r«i»Hiiwiated ^^^H 


^B 


into weekly earnincs ts U l«erea«e ^^M 


^t—^iC ;- 


of 934 per 40-hour week per employee. |^^| 


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That may be enough to strangle mafly 
small businesses, althoogh those 
workers hicky eooiifh to mtke Qtem- 
selves IndispMsaUleiMlkfqptlMtrjotM 
wUl have a mucfteftiHrttaHneetlnt 
their bills. A worker «in^ the ninl- 
miun wage now, ears |I,M4 auiuaUy. 
By IMO, the aimtt »«)r wtfli the mtid- 
mea wage wUI be 11.551. adefletence 
af 11,708 a year 



Sound of freedom 




By MAULYlf J. WEBER 

.jase from Mval Air Station Oceana advises 

Sea eh resKlents that jiHwsive niftttt thght ira..aiig 

in profir^is this w^vk 

Mftg this period, fleet pilots wiU practice -toech- 

ikikiinKS diui t^kwflii ID prefMration tor forth- 

........e ■j.irrier qualification trainUig at s^." 

Vn\$9s Virginia B^cfa resMents who live in the flight 

utern of the air station ^ve nceetly become ^i^eted 

,^~ the roar of Navy jets, phones wUl riai{ off tits hook 

with'rnilfTs cnmplaini^ about the noise, and a few may 

'-¥"!^ wnte their Congressman. 

•^i it's the constant roar oi jets passiSl over- 

really is at tte root of CMipUUMs, some pec^e 

disguise their gripe by complalniqg about tte wasted 

-■^vi and the polluted atmosphere, although the pollution 

ficior is miniscule compared to that caused by automobile 

.'limst. 

Wtiv is this flying at all hours of the day and olgi^t 

vay? 

tn. ffns)\* nwfit |i»ij ieiii||Mg_pi|ip> eaieiai 

<M at sea. Laadfiic ajl Wf«pfroib the relatively ' 

s runways go ) deck of an aircraft carrier as it 




. every 
). My cheek ta' 



pitches am roUs in the ocean requires a precision and 
skUl da«Mh)M b no other flisht sttuatlon. The landisg 
can be UkcNd, tf yon wiU, to sttyttog yMrilMiMbile 
on a diBw. U.S. Ktvy pilots beloic 1» aa exclusive froqi 
who dare attempt this type of laadli^. The talteoflis 
quite accurately likened to being lauaelnd from a sling- 
shot. The rapid, hi|^ powered thrngt'oC ,ti|i| (!aAa|mlt.inust 
be oooided with the absolnte, complele eM(M (^ the tir- 
craJt. 

MM, U 0emn», theirihGierid3rh^toiH|HtMde#AnMi4a 
wmm m^mtaet Uke no oth«- HtH^mmMnm- 
ibmm tomtits M tte Air Eei%e om tirass eote^ 
to tettver tMr leuls la time of wu-. 1^^ are lAdttw 
hitt^pMiB aikt, Mftaooie«M«gtgteii^qjri|Hi^ 
^MtfMlea tile caitl«r imsed^rib IW^ l^wrtisd 1^ 
theMVy. 

Quilificttton abeard an aircraft carrier must be re- 
pteted at iatervsls to maiatala prottoieacy. Pilots must 
be aide to knd aod tike off duriag Ayligt hews aad 
jU night as well 

is nnmkHitty dIttndMd by thexoarbtlta^jel*, reaestter 
it's )Mt the ■eund of freedom. 



FiSlwg boats at a Lor^ Cr«ek marina provide an eye pteasing view of Virginia Beacti. 

Photo by ROB WADDELL 




our moil 



Conserve 



Due to severe weather cooditloas, YirKifiia Beech water 

cttstomers are belnf asked to voInalarUy coaserve water. 

JThis eaiaflBjdUMW rsfniafac fresa wwhlag their «krs, 

^waterlag tkeir lawns aad HUIbk swinailng PMls between 

the hours of 6 a.m. aad 9 p.m. 

% This progiaa does aot pertain to eoaimereial use. 

Each eoitiiNB«r's coBservitiaB d watar will issist the 
City in getting through this problem period. 



Bmicl coverage greet! 



Edfitit. VinMA BMch'Smi; 

UQ oenaii oi tne o^fsm iug;n .^icnooi Marunettes we'd 
like to aaj "thMk j^* W all the publicity you've given 
Bayside this jpaiit f^tr. Special thanks go to Bid Lowe 
for the tine J(ri» he does with the bamte aad drUl t^ms In 
all the Virglnih Beadi sehools. He spoids ei^ess hmirs 
wwklag wttk aad ftir our young peoide aad we thinlE he 
deserves a^iedal rceognitloa for his Mdeavors. We took 
fttfwird to working with the SUN and Mr. Lowe this com- 
ing year. 

Thaaiu, "Bud", Bayside salutes you. 



ta Ajyf'eciatiOH, 

l^^Oett^s, Mblieity Chairman 
Iteyside m0i School llarllnette 
Wtr^t AsseciatiMi 



Why not Tidewater? * 



Witor Vlrffinla Beach OfN:' 



a picttire erf 



way Old i^ « i* ifeitpi^Mie i.,uuij>4iiiy use 
Richmond for the 197? pto^ bode? 
Don't we have any good pictures around Tid^v^er? 



Tom Sii^co 







FREE BEES 

You CmftBeai the Price 









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/un /pot 



BYSINGCO 

AFTERTHOUGHT: 

1^ best gift for the man 
lAo has evexTthing is a 
bUYlar alarm. 






Suntan 
carefulty 



U yw plan'to speM your 
smma brcnmi^E yoorbody 
ia tte an at Vir^ttia fteeeh. 
iwMngs tmm a dtemntolo- 
gttti mKf ^e ^» swcmd 
^N^^ m ttfb^ to acMwe 
Vui attractive brtmzing you 
d»in. 

No matter ^w^p^% it 
is to se ^M^U « the 
beatik . ma matter luw at- 
^w^ive you Mnk a de^ 
n^aa is — tte ultraviolet 
nys elite sw are rei^on- 
4Me tor mtmt kums oi skin 
^wer, so ladi oot! 

Dr. Umaad Kteia, a Bd- 
ms, M.Y., tematoloilstwto 
tas M^aKted skta MKer 
«yst *tt jm m«^ ite in tte 
m^ Ai tth^ore IQ a.m. and 
tftaf t^^p.*., w^ #tra- 
^M mys are attteirwMk- 
•it. a emniobcr , too, ttat m 
a dN^ Aiy ^ MB lUU 
i^ m to^M ^ CM of tte 

. lauoDs.neauu:), 
dtoBttteserey^ 



cajviy ue louon ii~e- 1 
especially after ym | 



AFTERTHOUGHT: 

l^e iu^roctor at a0>m- 
p^ spMsorad flrrt-aid 
^urae asked mn (tf tte 
woilcers: "What's the first 
tfaii^ you'd do if ^w found 
yw h«i rabies?" Answered 
the wortnr w^Nrt puse: 
"Bite my Sgpi^rvte>r." 

AFTERTHOUGHT: 

Hu^ul: Let's go out aad 
teve SNse Am fetmight. 

Wife: O.K. buttaiiwtte 
tett 1^ on if ^agttteme 
before I do. 



AFTER THOUGHT: 

"I ctocked your ^eed at 
70 mU^ per tour," 
growled the s^riff . 

"Btt mew," pl^ed 
^ spader, "I ain't been 
outforenhmry^f" 

AFTERTHOUGHT: '; 

"Wxf io 3w say DviUt, 
<a tte Bible was tte firsts 
innntnt^ nlesoiB?" "Her 
snUI to (M^Mhave i^ 
|*e«ofttorock!' " 



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AFTERTHOUGHT: 

Woman cttsb»ner ( 
i^)ermarket): "Giw me 
W cwts worth iH p^atoes, 
ffiiBHrir «PBWt Clertc: 
"Why ^'tyontalteaii^Ie 
me". 



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HANES BTERLY 
PrMMwt 



MARfLYN J. WEBER 
News E4^ 

DEMXAI FOWLER 
^ttfiMssMenw 



BREMT A, IKffiRIS 
G^mibl^er 

Byu#TnmiiAN 

^rto BMtor 

JUOMmoam 

CiradaMoB Mu^ier 



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Virgiiiit Bnch ito, Jal; to, 1911 - A-Z 




Hamtmg the Beach 



with Eric Stevens 



Vfl. BMCtl^QBS 



So much is said in this colymn about theljlues,.,oneof 
the most important elements in American music... yet one 
oi ti>e most misunderstood, that I tlmught a wlmle column 
should be devoted to the siAJect to enable readers to In- 
terpret luture references. 

Some people think the blues has to be sad aol slow (and 
plural). Probably the press it mainly guilty olpromoting 
.lese misconceptions, but so^ titles are guilty, too, "Birth 
wl the Blues" is definitely HOT a blues; "^ar Blues " 
is highly questionable. "St. Jamts Infirmary," identified 
with the blues singer Jack Twigarden is not a blues^ sad 
as it is. Few of the DlxielaiMl favorlteG are blues, butt many 
of the characteristic smnrs awl growls are tbere. Al- 
though a certain sound ai^ style are usually present in 
the blues, it is mainly a scale ani a ctord-sequence. 
Bear with a brief technical escorsion before we go to eiam^ 
tfes of songs by your favorite performers. In the key of 

'^ the regular scale is CDEFGAB; ke^ the B aul E, bat 
ALSO use Bb and Eb (blue notM)i^you have the BLUES 

t«»ae. Usually spread out over 11 Nrs (most vocal stan- 

'Jks are 8 bars) the blues chords would go: C?, Pi, C7, 
07, F7, C. Even the tonic chord (C) useslhe ?tb much of 
fke time, tl^jre are no minor chords, whi<flj are the es- 

•)pm» of sadwss; tf you can't "hear" a minor chord think 

^ Russian or Jewish music. 

^J - 

^? Probably t century ago various black musics cwg^tled 

"Ihto a ret^Hotts guttar and i^eol j^lj^ that prevail^ 
in the ^NitJi, ei^ieclally along both sides of the Mississippi. 
Bessie Smith was the first singer to make it BIG, biit she 
was only big with blacl». BUIie Holidiy usually sang with 
I blues-lik« quality, b«it seldom sang biues-^ngs, with 
"I Love My Man" being aa ext^ioo. The 1^ lands of 
the Swing Era used blues extensively, and retiily bro^ht 
Idues to the entire iwbiic, Tommy Dorsey's"Bo«^ieWoogIe" 
beiag a well-knowD examine, for boogie wood^ is cer- 
taiufy blws-hased. Muai of Basle's oa^ is blues (JUnmy 
i^iUng, Joe Williams), but ElUi^on used blues qaringly, 
with "Night Train" being an exception; also "C Jan Blues" 
which has but two notes, its clurm coming trom the use 
of diflerent cho.ds under the ulti^-simple melody plus 
tte deUgiitfaily sym:(q)ated rhythmic accents. Erskine Haw- 
kiiis'' "After Hoars" was a slow blues. Harry James loved 
ttw blues aod to this day uses them extensively in his al- 
ways groovy baod, althoi^h his sugary trumpet made the 
money. Woody Herman had "The Baod That Plays The 
Blues." Remember him singing, "You said before we met 
that your life was awful tame; well I took you to a night- 
(Mb and the WHOLE BAND knew your taame," Louis Jor- 
tlaa'a Tympany Five gave us the hat^iest blues ever, 



with "Caldonia" ai^ "Let the Good Times Roll 

No sooner did the big hsMs die in tteji^5*a than Elvis, 
Jerry Lee Lewis, Little Richard, Jo0^mer, wq^Charles, 
and others saturated the (ubiic 
■*JaiIhouse Rock," "Whole Lotta addng," "Shake, Rattle, 
k Roll," -What'd I Say," "Rock Around The Clock") 
wrter the title of rock n' roll. Yet, so germane to the blues 
is tte black v6etl sound that I'd rtther hear Fats Domino 
sing a iK)B>blues than hear Pat Boone's bltws, "Good Rock- 
ing TtMight." (I left the g on "Rocking" on purpose). 
Probably the most-used blues Is "Kansas City," wUch 
exemplifies the common ittttem of using "stops." Also 
ttmUlar is the repMtl^ of the first line of each stanza: 
"Standing wthecorner,tior&erofllth& Vine; standta" 
on the corner, corner of 18th It Vine; with my Kansas City 
woman and a bottle of Kansas City wine." 

In the 1960's ChtilAy Checker roared to fame with a 
blues called "The Twist," then followed with a non-blues, 
"Let's Twist Again." 

Ironically, dozens of British kids g(rt rich copying such 
relatively ui&nown Americans as Muddy Waters and How- 
lin' Wolf. "Hard Day's Night" mi^bt be called a semi'- 
blues, and really swings at Ramsey Lewis' fingers. 

Also ironically, young blacks deserted the blues as the 
folk-movement attracted many youi% "whites and consbter- 
able blues. Many "Soul" hits.use the blues-structure (B. 
B. King:, Johmiie l^ylor, Bobby Blue Bland). 

Through all these years Jazz grtnqa i^we written count- 
less actual songs based on the blues Ctords; bat anywhere 
in the world, jazzmen can get to^ettier, call for lidues 
in Bb," and play their hearts out, thol^ they may not have 
even MET, a«l no actual "song" or melody is used; en- 
tire sax sections can "take" a repetitious riff from one 
player, jmd play it flawlessly with g»at feelii%, inspiring 
the soloist to "waU." When cool white players like Bru- 
beck chlortaed jazz, black musicians came screaming back 
under Horace Silver as if to say, "Don't you DARE take 
our blues out of jazz." 

In quality and quantity the blues ha$ been Idack-domina- 
ted, while whites took the money by copying, usually 
rather badly. But when the great black singer Jimmy 
Rushing was given a blindfold test be dogmatioilly stated 
that he was hearing Brownie McGhee and Sonny Terry, 
for OBiy a black who had LIVED the Uues could sing that 
welL The record was by John Hammer JUNIOR, son of 
the filthy-rich white record executiV|r whose sister wed 
B«my Goodthan. 

Many local "rock" and "soul" gro^s have good blues 
in their repertoire txA I know of no club where blues is 
featured; if you do, let ME know. 



ftezonlng petitions 



fjannland, owned by Alec Brown., 

4NM-«dMng SMlng i^ows ISp^geffihateAy'H dsidexes 
(IM wits) while the prdqposed z(»ing aUots 174 apartment 
oittts and a variety of commercial establishments. 
The surnwBding area is predominantly farmland. 
The property seemed close enough to the homes of some 
KMnpsviUe residents who opposed the petition however. 
9art>an A. Martin, representing the Br^doon Civic 
Association, aid the schools are inadequate, ter child 
Im to be bused to another school di^rictand that tl» roads 
can't accommodate the present tramc. She wanted CouncU 
;-%a deny or drier the petition until the local civic associations 
•: eould diseossttie situation. 

: tia^ Wooitord supported Mrs. Martin. 
''Mrs. IMiorah XelMn, of Charlestowne, wanted to know 
viAiBUier the units would have one-two or three l^rooms. 
'Il^Ubot said the project wasn't that far along yet. 

i Ann Begins, whose hiuband is president of the Charles- 
;;towie Civic League, cited traffic, the low water {ur^sare 
• and tte crowded schools as reason to deny the request. 

Talbot maintained that 148 duplexes would generate more 
|tnd«its than 174 apartmrats. He said that it is best to 



Campbell SPI grad 



■y Vii^inia Beach Police 
1 Sei^eant Herman R. Camp- 

• JbeU recently g»doatelfrom 
' U^ University of Louis- 
..yille's &>uthem Police Insti- 

:We. Sergeant Camirioell 

.attended the 57th Session of 

^ tte Institute. He becomes the 

• thirteenth member ot the 
' Virginia B«ich Police De- 
I partroent to graduate from 
: m InMitute's ActaUids- 

• trative Officers Course. 

• The fourteen-week course 

• iQDvered such ar^is as Police 
a MministratiMi, Police Per- 



sonnel Management, Con- 
stitutional Law, Psychology 
and Criminal Ju^ce Com- 
munications. He earned nine 
semesti^ hmirs of unler- 
graduate credit. 

Seiieant Cam{AeU has 
been with tl» Virginia Beach 
Police D^»rtment since 
May, 1970 ^ is currently 
ast^ned to the Investigative 
Divisim, Juvenile Bureau. 
He holds a Bachelor of 
Science D^ree in Crimiiaa 
Justice, 



Confmuedfrom A-1 

start early emagh (with the ^nmiiig) to jUan prqierif. 
"Most of the developments now cansbnig trmd^e were not 
zoi^ early enough." _^ , 

He added that diversity was good pQjiuu|n|;. 

Vice Mayor Patrick L. StamlinR||ftd^tli^ the proposed 
zoning did not represent a substail^ chai^ and that the 
issue seemed to be a forum for the peq)le of Kemps- 
ville to present their comtdaints. 

The rezoning was approved by a vote of 8-1 with Council- 
womu Meyera Obemdori votl^ "no". CouncUman Robert 
R. Cromwell and J. Henry McCoy were absent. 

Overriding the recommendation of the Planning Com- 
mission, Vii^nia Beach City Council Monday afternoon 
voted 6-3 to approve a higher density zoning in the Lynn- 
haven Borough. 

M 4 M Investors yas granted the change of zoning 
from 0-1 Otfice District to A-4 Apartment District m a 
2.25 acre parcel on the northside of Virginia Beach Boule- 
vard, west of Hntton Lane. 

The existing ztming allows a variety of office-related 
uses, while the proposed zonii% would allow approximately 
81 apartment imits. The rezoni^ was granted with the sti- 
pulaticm that the apartments would be one-bedroom units 
and that a bvSer zone of trees be left standing between 
the parcel and adjoining residential property owned by 
detter Mclteniel. 

Mrs. McDaniel, whose home is on three acres of pro- 
perty, said the roads were inadequate to handle that many 
apartments. To the comment by Attorney Calvin ^itain, 
representh^ the petitioier, that the developer plans to 
"do something similar to Colony Pines" ccmstructed by 
Wayne McLeskey, Mrs. McDanid said McLeskey was of 
tte opinion that bis property was zoned A-1 when he built 
Colony Pines and that recreational lam! was provided. 

Adjacent properties are zoned A- 1 Apartmmt District 
and B-2 Community Business District. 

Cooncilman John A. Baum, who voted against the peti- 
ti(m, said it "bothers me wten we woi^ out these problems 
orally (when), we should have all the information before 
us all we^-end." Also voting against the rezoning were 
Councilwoman Meyera Obemdorf and Vice Mayor Patrick 
L. Standing. 

Councilman J. Heiiry C. McCoy and Robert R. Cromwell 
werealMent. 



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iM N. Lynabnven Road. Suite 124 

Virginia Bench, Vifginin 234M 



'Psst, spread the word- 
concert better than beach' 



By MARILYN J. WEBER 
SUN Editor 

Maybe I shouldn't spread t^'^ord about the Virginia 
^each Pops Symphony. 

Des^e pertect beach wecner Sunday, the Virginia 
Beach (k>me was filled with music lovers who were treated 
to an afternoon of deligfatfU music by the Symphony and 
the Virginia Beach Civic Chorus bcAb under the directicm 
of Walter Noona. 

Anything that competes so well with the sand and surf 
of Viifinia Beach (toesn't really need publicity and raves 
may increase the crowd to sell-out capacity. I'd hate to 
have a rave review cost me my seat at next seastw's 
five subscription concerts plus three non-subscription pro- 
grams. 

Noona, an enthusiastic director who occasionally leaps 
into air while conducting the orchestra and chorus, per- 
forms wonders with the civic symidKmy and chorus. This 
is not to slight the talrats and spirit of the individual 
mnsiclans who (Aviously love performing for their audience. 

The audience responded with standing ovations several 
times during the concert. 

Opening with the "Light Cavalry Overture," followed by 



ttie "Horn Concerto in E, No. 1" by Richard ^nuiss fea- 
turing a French honi solo, and "Hands Across the Sea" 
by Sousa, the orchestra provided a pleasant variety of light 
classics with deli^^itful arra^ements of newer pop tunes, 
"Sounds of '76", arranged by Karl Fite, and "Ease on 
Down the Road," arranged by Mark McGovem. 

The choral and orchestral {wesentation of Nicholas Rim- 
sky-Korsakoff's "Glory" was a highlight of the performance 
and was cheered enthusiastically by the concert audience 

Tbe entire concert was very special and a trilmte to 
the musicians, the director and stqiporters of the two 
community musical groiq>s. 

This was the final program for tbe current season's 
symphony offerings and Virginia Beach may look forward 
to the return of the symfrtiony and chorus in October when 
they perform in a sj^ial Neptune Festival concert. 

Subscription concerts for the coming year will be pre- 
sented ony November 20, December 11, F^ruary 26, April 
23, and May 21. Two summer concerts are tentatively plan- 
ned for June 25 and once again in July. 

The caberet style concert seems a particularly wonder- 
ful setting for family concert enjoyment. The pleasant, 
relaxation and superb musical offerii^s is an outstanding 
introduction to the joys of music. 



Virgiiii iMch strvictmi 

Aromiil the world 

Yurso production officer at yard 



A Naval officer from Vir- 
ginia Beach, Captain Joseidi 
F. Yurso, recently reported 
in as the Norfolk Naval Ship- 
yard's Production Officer. 
Although he isonew to ike 
Norfolk Naval Shipyard, he is 
no newcomer to the area or 
to planning, managemeitf, 
construction, conversion, ov- 
erhaul and inspection of 
ships. 

Over a six-year period, 
prior to receiring his pre- 
sent assignment, Ynrso held 
positions in the area as De- 

buildiit«, Conversion ind Re- 
pair, Newport News, and as 



ship maintenance officer on 
the Staff of the Atlantic 
Fleet's Commander-in- 
Chief. 

He was previously in - 
volved in submarine work at 
the Portsmouth, New Hamp- 
shire, Naval Shipyard where 
Yurso served as ship super- 
intendent and project engin- 
eer for new construction, and 
at the Charleston Naval Ship- 
yard, where he served as 
submarine safety program 
project engineer, as submar- 
ine type desk officer, and 
i|iu^t^'uauraa6»«ltioer. 

Yurso, a native of Hazle- 
ton Pennsylvania is married 



to the former Helen E. Michel 
of UAiversity Park, Mary- 
land. They are the parents 
of a daughter and a son, 
both of whom are pre-med 



students at colleges in Penn- 
sylvania. The family lives cm 
Player Lane in Virginia 
Beach. 



HINT 

Out of cake flour? Use 7/8 

cup all purpose regular flour 

and 2 tablespoons cornstarch 

to equal 1 cup cake flour. 

HINT 

Moisten a paper towel with 

vinegar and slip inside on 

top of a jar of grated cheese 

to prevent molding. 



HINT 

Cooking for a crowd? Place 
strips of bacon on a rack 
on a shallow pan. Bake 
400 degrees F. 12- > min- 
utes. 

Bake sausage 1 layer de^ 
in a shallow pan at 350 de- 
grees F. about 30 minxes. 
Turn occassionally. 



Beach l\/larine 
promoted 



Marine Brigadier General 
George B. Crist was pro- 
moted to his present rank 
during a ceremony held re- 
cently by Lieutenant General 
R. H. Barrow, commandite 
general of Fleet Marine For- 
ce, Atlantic. 

Since graduation from Vil- 
lanova University in 1952; 
General Crist has served in 
a wide variety of assignments 
including duty in Korea, Viet- 
nam, and Washingtcm. Prior 
to his promotion he was the 
Chief of Staff of Fleet Mar- 
ine Force, Atlantic. His n^w 
assignmei^ has not yet been 
announced. 

General Crist is married 
to the former Barbara Clay 
of Steamboat, Springs, Col- 
orado. They reside in Vir- 



ginia Beach with their two 
children, WilUam and David. 
His parents. Captain and Mrs. 
Marion E. Crist, USN, are 
retired, living in Miami, 
Florida. 



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Sim Editor 

Firfcer'i IferiEMr an « irwi^ tr^teq^wMi ui« 
(^tratry tnd. t^^ Vii^te Bwch tes Mi « JMrk^Ior 
a MMter of ^rs, tie present maril^ « ijwt^tom 
Rt*( »etr Prfaeess Aaae Park is enjojiBi a nrgeM 
p^riarity reflectii^ tke aaUMwide itt^est in mailEM 
aiMratiois. 

TM oM market, vluek ms locaA^ m Dianiwt %rtBts 
R^, fMtored pnduce stalls and truck sal^ ia a scfttuc 
somewhat less than attract!^ or api^ii^. 



Tte ire^nt naitet oeei^es an attractit^ etaster <tf 
nstieftUjF dM^Md stalls. Ite lurit^ ai^ is Ua^ui^jetf 
aad fMtunm paved driiw«a]Fs aad paridag anats. 



Tin term ^Far^er's Mark^" has bec^M alnest an 
ai^hnmisn vith only a tewtttaL (A stadfe AtiUaf IffM 
«PM» ^otae*. AdMed to the fare on sale at tiw LamfaiMn 
K)4^ site are tekery products, dairy pnxhicts. ^uim for 
iMNse and garden, cran items, seafood caady and a vai^r 
<tf (rther goods. 

Some produce stands feature a mixture (rf fir^ j^ixtace 
b(^{ht from small termers in Virgiiua Beadi Along «fth 
ttMBS tnm other r^ims shipped into tidewater aad s»U 
to the retailers by brokers. The I^vls Farm stud is per- 
ta^s the closest to wtttt one would eqiect at tie Farner's 
Market. The Davis family seUs wlat they nise on their 
Virginia B«icfa acr^ige a^ch iMlules, » to M aereiS 
of com ak»e, as well as a vartety <^<^»rv«g^aldK. 
Datls does sell some "imports" such as citrus firutts 



and a few ttter tt«M« not a^abl* Iri virfiaiaBMch 
tor which tt«« is casfomer dem^. 



The ''teck tot' at tte aurkd is woiiM ^ irt^e- 
salers aM trade ^Jiadf: M«|l M Me fWiHito <vera- 
tiotts s^inlart>4^ii^^^i^Mindi.J^tKfcbwriM 
and so fortt.;^[ tnyt Jrtan«ri^Hnn% fli^« single 
items, for enmtde: otaMt^e or witermetonM'potetoes. 



Acoirdtag to sMie» Faraer's MaiiMs ^vi^mrt tto 
co^i^ h^re ^ntyiijtept a idM^ ft^^ Md^^Uik ol 

than that, sMie ^ tie m«:^ as amomtiottl and na- 
tural onUet. 



Od« s|)okesBuA ftv lUs theM^ is Lea^ B, Cree, Cto- 
cutive Vice Pr«BM«M <ff CUdekJaw Faras, iMf^ nttto- 
tains a bocM at the VirgiBti Beach Farner's lAurM 
where honMnate hakerjF tf^uii are sM. Cree rtMaitiy 
wwl b^re City CcNadl re<|^tting ttiit te dty a»fMlHr 
wint»riatag the Farmer's lUjrtqM so ttnl sperifiou Wf 
continie twelve no^hs oat irf tbe year. 



Several stells are eapaUe tf iri^nr o|ieritbMis, hrt 
Cree milatains that tiw^ Inr MittMto trenHMtfo dnv 
enmigfa customers to make Xbn wli^r qMtfirtloB pay. 

No action ms tafc«i and IttUe c<Hant<irt was nnde on 
Crec't snggi^on M the r^pw^ is^^^ to come aFOOMl 
i^ii: dreelshiif^ttttniriiiiMsMioregnlJU^ad^ 
mark^ will »ipport his Men tor IJM IS-raoirth raark^. 






Flwence CaWuveB of Phiadelphit .ng hef daughter, Mary Lo. 

Vrginia Beach takes a sample of Chickasaw Farms bread from Clara Cree 





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mont in tiieiutuie. lilB your future! Don't 
jot odB P e l ess n e ai dumge the bright and 
^zofitedde tomonoir you cmd your konily 
die counting on. Put safety first in cd) your 
kxttn operatk>n8. 



Routinely check all machinery, 
equipment buildii^/ electricd iidring. 
Vi^itch for &e cmd accident hdsottlr Be 
cautious with liTestock. Teach Others 
safety. It's your HggMt asset. 



Have an a{^? Terence Brumsey, age 3, is often a visitor at 
Creekmore's Place at the Virginia Beach Farmer's Market. 





This space spmsoredm the interest of Farm Safety Week by the following firms and businessmen: 



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112 West York, l^rfollc 

604 E Libei^, Norfolk 

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CBtch^fetch 



B0Hy 0anGlng 



jr group's •cttvtties in SUNDIAL, 
3 Rostmont Road, V*. Beach 23452. 
-ventt taking place after Wednesctoy, 
iN's publishing day, must be received by 

4h# previous Friday. 



Civic league Red Cross art Labor workshop 



The regBftir meeting of the Back 
Bay Civic teatue will be held Thurs- 
day. July 21, at 8>,in; arth^Creeds 
Fire Statloa, Mortis Neck RW; 

A guest iiwdker wiH eipliiin tte new 
service of mosquito control in Pui<o 
Borougb. 

, Refreshments will be served. 



The Tirtc»«ier Clapter, American 
Rid Cross i» now displaytas its col- 
letftion of international poster art at 
Penabroke MaU in Virflnia Beach. 

Over 110 years of WorM Red Cjros* 
extsteice #111 be exiilbited in posters 
stowing services dffered and efforts 
made gationally aM internUonillf. 

There is somelMng of interest to 
all, including the kids as 7S-SQpostsrs 
display the colorful art and laniuage^ . 




The Uni^ Stot^ Deparriini of 
Labor wUl b« «x«iiwtiii| v.rks!) > 
sessions on Wcdntsdty, Ju}y 27 w in- 
form voA aJMrt employers with under 
m em^^ets jm the cmpliance and 
r^fortiqg^ recrements of the Em- 
ployee R^irement In'^^me Security Act. 



The Employee Retlnni^ Income 
Security Act re<piir» ^^o^rs with 
less than 100 parOeipitt^ «li^ mala- 
tain an emjAoyec bwrttt i^n to re- 
port annually to both tte I^4rtment 
of Labor and tte latenal SevMueSer- 
vice. 



The -.eminars are free and will be 
'eld At ^e JK$rt{^ PiMic Library, 

•' E. City Bail Avemie, 2ad floor, 
Uie Kirby Rt^tt^ beginning at 9 am, 
U am. 1 pm and 3 iMDi. 



Carnival 



Tbe Girls' O^ and Boys' Club of 
Vli^i^ BMch IfrtU InM a carnival on 
Friday, July 22. at theUnitad Way 
Family Center on Soutb Boulevard. 
The carnival wiU begin at 12 nora 
and conclude at 5 p.m. 



Audit I (HIS 



The peirforming arts unit of Vir- 
ginia mack Parks tad RI»creatioa will 
iiold open auditions for Siakespeare's 
"The Taming of ttie Qn^w," <« Tues- 
day, Ju^ IS; W«dn«Ma7. Aay 20th: 
and Himday, July list, from 7:30 
p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at the Virginia Beadi 
Recrration Center; 800 Monmouth 
Lane. 

Tli^eivs t||imoc rol^; in addi- 
tion to th^ cnSIr fifteen roles which 

pany.. AU rehcrsals wUl be conducted 
in the evenbig exc^ during S^em- 
ber when thfre will be somd Saturday 
and Amday rvhersals. The production 
will be directed by Hrary Deshields 
who directed the performing arts un- 
it's Readers theater Company's - 
Jooathan Livingston Seagull. 



Flea market 



Reservatioia are now being acc^tted 
tor the Womw of Wesleyan's ninth an- 
nual Flea Mariwt to be heldonSeptem- 
ber 17, at ti» Twin Orive-In ^leaters 
(» Ind4»ad«»» Boulevard and Holland 
Road. ProcMidB the women receive trom 
ttx Flea Mart«t will be used to brae- 
fit ViiftoU Vesleyan CoUege. In past 
years the finds have be«i used to pro- 
vUe new bocrics for the Hoflwimer Lib- 
rary, to bttiU the CoUege greenhoose, 
and most reci^tly to refurnish a stn- 
dentlomge. 

For reservations for booths or for 
ftartber information about the flea mar- 
tet call Mrs. George Graitf at 428- 
1688, Mrs. Ed«ard St^pbens at 623- 
1742, or Mrs. Donald Fnser at 340- 
2721. 



A Special guest lecture ou'EnUgbt- 
Wmett and Snperwrmal Ai>iliti^ 
jlroi^h Ti^nseeNSwtal Meditation", 
will be held Monday evening, July 25, 
6 and 8 p.m. at the Civic tenter, 
Pwi^c AvMiiK. There wili*^ ou nu 
chanre. i? 

"Enlighteament iod Supernormi 
AuiiUit'.i r';:.a^ui..t Iianscenueuui 
MediUtion" will be discussed with the 
Eztctttive Gorei^rs of the Age of 
Enl%ht«imettt on iloree Tidewater area 
television programs. 



TM lecturers will tpp^r on the 
following programs: Wednesday, July 
20, I 10 1:30 pm , -The Mike ami 
Lvnn Show". WAVY. Channel JO 
Thursday, July 21 11:30 a.m. to 12:3( 
p.m.. Midday ', Harriet Passorelli, 
WVEC, Channel 13; Friday, July 22, 
1 to 1:30 p.m., 'People, Places and 
Things," Becky Livas, WtAR, Channel 
3. 



Canines of aU greeds and ftliril with 
a talent and sest for oit<Mng Fris- 
tecs will- have their day in the Vir- 
ginia Beach Department of Paries A 
Recreation finals of the First Anmial 
K-9 World Frisbee Catck * Ftti^Con- 
test. 



The local competition will be held 
July 23rd, 10:30 a.m., at the Virginia 
Beach Recreation Center. Competing 
canines wtU.alMnr their skill and talent 
In basic catch ft fetch in a five-tiirow 
con^vlsory evwt, with the t(V five 
scorers then competing in a three- 
minute free-style routine. Winners will 
be eligible for further competition 
leading to a possible qualification to 
come to the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, 
Califoqiia. 

To enter the "Catch k Fetch" con- 
tot, cmtact any summer play-ground, 
teen center or call Uie Virginia Beach 
D^artment of Parts k Recreation at 
467-4884. 



Ajidicatkws for the Third AMwU 
PmbIi^ MaU BeUy DuKe Cm^- 
tioa am now anilaUe at the matt 
{»vm(^M office. Trivia Jewelry ttiF 
Record's Im. at Pembrcrice MaU. Ap' 
lUcaflts wUl be divided toto two Qrt*^{ 
gorl«i - Amateur and Professidaal 
(api^cations «q;dain the difiei^Me.^ 
Forms mnM be em^^daadretann^ 
to the mall promiMon office no Into- ' 
than Moon, Wedne«)ay, July 27Ui. Caih 
prises of over |350 wUl be c^erad 
by the sponsors, Pembroke Mall M«r- • 
chants Association, Trivia a^ 
Record's Inc., and there is aoregia' 
tratitm fee. 



In the first two years of the affinal 
competition, over $700 in cash and mer- 
dianlise prizM were awarded, with 
over fifty girls competing from as 
far away as Newport News. Semi- 
final competttion wiU take place on 
August 3 and 4, with finaUsts com- 
peting on Friday, August 5th. The event 
takes place m center maU. 



Band to 
sell shirts 



When is a shirt more than 
Just a shirt? 

When it's a Neptune Fes- 
tival tee-shirt that admits 
the wearer to a roUer skating 
party. 

Youngsters who purchase 
Neptune Festival tee-shirts 
frtHn the Lynnhaven Junior 
High School Band Parents 
Association wiU receive an 
unusual bonus. If they wear 
their shirt on July 27th, 
they wUl be admitted free to 
a roUer skating party at a 
local roller rink. The party 
is being sponsored by the 
Band Parents and theN^- 
tune Festival. 



The shirts are on 
. tp(^;](,»Thttf$d|iy,aii| Fi ^, 
between 10 and iO:30 a.m.,' 
at ^flncess An^e High 
SghSbi; ' ^^cess Anne 
Junior High School, Bayside 
High School, Kempsville 
Junior High School, Plaza 
Juntor HighSchool and Lynn- 
haven Junior High School. 



The shirts are selling for 
13.50 at Ms time. During the 
N^une Festival, they wiU 
seU tor 13.95, with no skating 
party thrown in. 



Proceeds from Uie sale of 
the shirts wUl be used by 
the Lynnhaven Junior High 
School Band Parents Associ- 
ation to purchase equipment 
and uniforms for the school's 
band. 



ICE CIEAM MOVING 

Latest Census Bureau 
.figures reported S.45I ice 
cream ^ores and froieh 
custard "stands" doing 
business in the United .Status 
and ringing up $356.3 million 
in sales annually. 



Or. J. B«U7 MeCof, Jr. 

and 

Dr. Robert A. lenndiao 

AniXMnce their associati(« for practice 
of General Dmistry 



420-1466 
906 GcnBwwealtti Place 
CoDagePirit 

Daily - Evenings - ^tturdays 



497-1616 
fl9Paaibr«kain 
Office MbU^t 



Carpentry, „, siding, room a<kUti«@, storm win- 
dows and doors, plastering, electric, utei^ «wk, 
plumbing gut»°'«r><' ^-'modeling kitchens aal bathroMU, 
bnck and "k, .alamiman^^dl^, A^^cm. 

"—vlng all tidewater, 

ittimatc CaH 

foment Co. 



In Winclsor Woods — 
Ptaia — Qreen Run 



TiM Catholic Parish 
of tiM l%ly SpMt 




7 pM, ^U ^30 A 1 1 ajn. Sim. 

TM(^<M 340-7 122 




Faith is but an idle canvas, 
Flappiag on an idle mast, 
if it not be found within Ihec 
As the work of life at teit. 
-Samuel MiUer Hagamao 



m. 



"So Uiea faiUi comath 6y 
haariag and hearing by dia 
word of God." 
-Romans 10:17 



The busy lives we \esL6 are like a solid fabric woven into a jumbled pMera of worti, 
recreational pursuits and the personal problems inherent in our material world. 
Faith is too often omitted from the design; or at best, crowded into a small corner 
known as Sunday mornii^. But the message of faith received in Church can re-weave 
the tai%le of douM and confusion with threads of peace, harmony and order, and mend 
the raveled edges of trouble; if you wUl only carry it with you throughout the week. 
FaiUi is not confined within the waUs of the Church, but that is where it begins. 



Haynas Fuiliitira Company 

5324Va.BeachlMiiir. . - 
Furniture-Bedm|g-€anieting 

Bayside Motoric 

4747 Shore Dr. *4i4-4563 
Charles C. Hale. Sr. & Staff 

Kampsvllie Pharmacy 

5266 Princess Aime Rd. 497-3516 
Robert W. Clybum-Lynn Leavitt 



Lindsay Bros. inc. 

Plumbing-Heating'Fud OU Del. 
865 Newtown Rd. 497-4633 

Charlie's Seafood Restaurant 

3139 Shore Dr. 491-9863 
Mary E. Rehpelz & Employees 



KeHam & Eaton inc. 
BIdg. Supplies 

Princess Ann S^on 427-3200 
Frank b David sillam 



Andy's Plumbing & Heating 

10O3 Canal Dr. 485-5000 
State-Registered-New & Old Woik 



Keilam-Eaton Insurance Co. 

3111 Pacific Ave. 428-9161 



Furniture Showrooms 

828 E. Little Cre^ Rd. 
2981 S. Military Hwy. 
Sandy Bolin & Employees 



Chesapealce Savings & Loan 

Frank N. Wood »ad Associates 



Engineering Media Inc. 

606 R. Liberty Street 
CharUe Hackworth & Staff 



Rosewood Memorial Park 

631 watch DuckRd. 497-8925, . 
C. C. Kirkpatrick 

WWIs Furniture at Hilltop 

1712 Laskin Rd. 428-5951 
L. H. Burns & Staff 



Ail Star Electric, Inc. 

1425 Air RaU Ave. 464-6231 
Commeroial b Industrial 



Home Federal Savings 
A Loan Assoc. 

1635 LasUn Rd. 426-0327 
Church Accounts Welcome 



Smith Sales & Service 

460 BatUefield Blvd. N. 547-2929 
Elwood Smith b Employees 

Mill-End Carpet Shop 

4740 Va. Beach Blvd. 497-4854 
Taylor B. Carr b Employees 



Preston's Pharmacy 

1401 Poindexter St. 545-7337 
James L. Marshall and Employees 



Todd Electric Company 

Henry b Moses Todd b Staff 



Higglns Realty, Inc. 

6620 Indian River Rd. 420-3120 
CecU M. Harrison b Associates 



J.D. Miles A Sons, Inc. 

J.t). MUes, Jr. and Associates 



Townsend Fuel, Inc. 
Brentwood Restaurant A Lounge ■'*'"«« V" w* "^ Empioyeas 



1312 Geo. Wash. Highway 
CbesapraOce, Va. 487-0611 
Tom It Linda R^er b Co. 



Overton's Markot 

1419 Poimiexter St. 545-9496 
The Oveit(»s b Employees 

Plasser American Corporation 

Mana^neM and Penonel 



Southern States 
ChosapMke Assn., Inc. 

1764 S. Military Hwy. 420-1841 
L. Bdmont WiUiams b Perstnnel 

Prtee's Incorporatad 

«aO Pmbrake MaU ^.3706 
Bmd Name AniUnBces-TV-SMv 



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of our mWsters. fris paM for by ^^e wea Wrm who beleve 
our ctHjrches are a #al part of our cc^murtty We 



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By MARILYN J. WEBER 
SUN Nevs Editor 



If jroa're u^avstedlntry- 
inc art^rtto CUmse quI- 
sine, vtstt tb» Btmixie Hut. 

Located la tte Lyrabavei 
Siiopping Center at 283a V^r-^ 
finia ttaacb Boiil««»ri}. tbe 
BamNx) Hnt lias just l>eea 
reopened by a new owner, 
Sanl^ F. Ts«ig. SUnley has 
lieen in Tidewater atwut five 
vmrs as a stQdent At Old 
Domiaion University. Cur- 
reaUy a master s candidate 
at tbe sctooi, Stattl^s in- 
terest iothere^nruCiNed- 
lAss is no* som^lilW new , 
His fiunily Itts been in the 
restaurant «fid I»tel busi- 
ness fDr ittiiajr years in, 
Tatwaa. 

niroai^ Ms taaUy's res- 
tauntf ties, Sbud^ was able 
to locate his chef, Rich Chu, 
also a natlvp of China 

-'Mr. Chu is ^t Justsooie^ 

one from Chin wto decided 
to beacooktiMv til the United 
States/V ^udey says. "Mr. 
Cte i^mtiv>cUH iaHoi^ 
IfoBf ttd has Bsay jtm of 
t^q^rinee. Heisccmstdered 
ail m^steadiiiK restaurant 
dHfttOAia." 

&M3c^ Tseng is brioi^ 
the patrons of Bamboo Hut 
truly authentic Cbiaese 
cookiiv not the Chiaese- 
Amerion ooo^dBf «Mtiemay 
be used to. , 

"I notice many CXinese- 
Mertcan res^nrfs use 
Com sttrj^ in everything. 
Ildiitendl te make all dishes 
tast somewhat aiue. I'tax 
ts not tnAy the Oidatse way 
ilo {HKiitre food. We use «U 
th« ^ees and msriiailM 
•sei is CUa^e recipes, the 
tavNMieats are cMabined for 
km ait otf^ sad msk in- 
Igntt^ mutt be ad la a 
ewtafo predM oianaer. 
TUs is lA&e Mr. CiW's 
totttibiK sad espetieooe jday 
i Wrn^/' tsMg diOaiaSi 

"Ms we^ Staaley Tstt( 
tKvtted me to have lumdiat 
flie Bamboo Hrt. 

Loaf a laa ^1^ Chinese 
liAtti; 1 tossed tohrsrd to 
ttf vfsft wtth niiel feeU^rs. 
Certaioly lunch at tl^ Bam- 
boo H«t wQOld be a wsi&mt 
rtriisl tarn ay vsoal taurty 



visit to the nearest Mut«r 
^ \m or <OBv«ttMM^ ^mi. 
But, havi^ lived in tt^ 
wUch has some of the ftMSt 
Chinese r«staura^s in this, 

have frwHiwiriy ht^on •*<- 
sj^iated in Chinese restau- 
•*'tanis eisewnere. 

To f et i^dely to tiK pqiiA 
however, I totout to return 
often to t^ Bamboo Hut! 

The meal was absolately 
delightfta. 

I Mt the Am<^MM 
selection to Mr. Tsenf and 
Mr. Chu. Both of them hope 
that patrons will oeeasioa- 
ally follow the recommen- 
dattoas of Bamboo Hut 
wilters who vk. lamt to 
oOsr ordertaig aiaestions. 

"I h(^ pe^e will let us 
introduce ttiem to some of 
oat truly fine and different 
tamni dishes, "Tseng 
conifliei^. 

He's right. And, the Bam* 
boo Httt is a wonderful place 
to eiqierifflait with aewculi- 
nufydeligUs. 

Luaeh ms far more in 
<giai^ty than the two of us 
could (»t'snd absolute per- 
foctiOB ia (luality and taste. 

We bad Mongolian Beef, a 
spirv combination of hpef and 
fresh vegetables served over 
rice noodles and Shrimp wiu 
Broccoli which combined 
dielicious, . obviously ftesh . 
shrimp, with crisp broccoli, 
saow pOas and other vege- 
tables. With rice aadhottea, 
there's no o^ertnty to des- 
cribe the ihfel M to say it; 
was tttH^ooS. 

The mean at Bamboo Hnt 
offers a nearly limitless 
ssbtttton of di^es. Dallf 
Mteh s^ge^t^ foatun a 
wuk seliectitttd'^idies from 
CU^oi Chow Mein for 
$1.^; Moo g^ gai pui, 
11.93; to Teriyaid st^ for 
^;2S, to name a fow. 

tie fuU mena oiler appe- 
tizers, tnm the spe<^ Pu- 
pa leaf served for .95 per 
person with dianer, as well 
a» a MleeUoa from e^ r^ 
at 11.20 to the^Pu-pn pi^iF 
for tiN) at 14.75. Snqis from 
aittentic rec4>es are also 
awkH^e lut Bamboo Hut. 

A large variety irf be< 
pc»t, seafood and poultry 
(ttid^ ar« ottered OB tto 




th Seas atn^phere 



menu as well as a selectioil 
(tf Master Chc^ ^;»eial9. 
These inclttite ^e Bavaiten 
Twin tor |i.9$ tMUeit is a 
two-in-oae (ttst featnrint 
dtickea and port. Other 
selections Uiclude Atoha 
chlehm a^ ;|4.%. Five FU- 
\K>red fflHrimt> at IS.95 and a 
Bamboo Hrt St^c at $1.25. 
the latter fe^ur^ choice 
strip steak seryed^hbMse 
style la combtatticm with 
veeetables aad gvaqt* XJto 

t(9 (d the line is Peki% 
Duck for $16 which must be 
ordered MbMrsia advance. 
The chef, Mr. Chu, who has 
served as chef ia several 
tik QUMse restiiiraats 




throaghottt the country in- 
cludinf the Dnperial Garden 
in N<athPm Virginia near 
Wa^iagtoa, D.CandHwnaA 
garden in RockviUe, Hary- 
laad, »ys of the Bamboo 
Rut tad the food Oat he 
pr^MifS. 

"1^ is not a chop suey 
rastjMirant. I am featuring 
the native CUn«se cooking 
pt^Hilar ia tte larger 
Attertcan (Cities." 

Q^Mse cooUig is def- 
iaftely an ari require exg 
perieace aod tt my Ito^ew 
was a sam|l$, CInt is an 
artist! 

And, in the restaunot 
business, Tm^ is aa er- 
peri. He knows he's got 
sonethiag great to offer res- 
taurant patrons in Tide- 
water. He's featuring a grand 
opening special at $4.95 for 
two people offering nine 
salectioas as well as Steak 
Teri^ki and ^sh-Keteb at 
t2 otrt. He's act. mak^ 
4 profit at that price, but 
he's (^ifid^iUt ttasetite 
eime ia for tt« grwld o^n- 
tag special wiU be back time 
•adtimeapftk . 

The atmi^feife at Bam- 
boo Hut is cool and relaxtog 
with islawt h^deosr. S(M. 
toUad music Jlays la the 
bt£lqp»nd,ttM^npatnms 
to i^iaxwittiM^ofBamb^ 
Hi^'S exotic drink specials 
«iid pr^nave for ato)lttte 



Ktehen arlfets at Bamboo Hut are: Mr. Yie, Mr, Chu and Mr. Oiang. 



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Served Dally 4:30 to 1 1:00 p.iik 

Grand Opening Special 

4.95 for TWO 

July 1 -July 31 
Choice one per pereon 

(SERVED WITH FRIED RICE) 




Ptpper Steak 
«Mo^oUaaBeef 
''KaBg-Po Chicken 
Swaet aad Soar Pork 
CWeksa Chew Mtla 
Sweet « Sour Fish 



*Xu8t-Po Shrimp 
Beef Fried Rice 
AlohfrCboppea Sirlota ^ek 
Steak TeriyaU MM esta) 
SUsb-X«bab (lioo extra) - 



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Enjoy a eocktallrom 'The Other Room 

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• CaJamara (Wby ^^d) Red or WWte 

• Leister TalS Bro«ed or Frt Mawto 

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fpedalisiag ia fresh seefood, both steamed 
aad tried, prime rib of beef, thick juicj 
steaks, ipermet pUttor aad deUdous cock- 
tstls. Special teoiUy prices aad ehUdrea's 
meaa available year 'rmmd. 



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OTH'tittor 



WEBER 



in visitigg ttte sa<^ tMt 
have advertised en our IM- 
dM Brk%« ftt^r^gedsr- 
1^ rec«t w«^, one mes- 
sage has become veryaj^r- 
Mt. Tlie snail iadtp^ident 
taslnessmu vh^ie shof) you 
visit at the Londwi Bridfe 
Stopi^ Center offers some- 
tbl^ Ibat's not easy to fi^ 
in today's marketplaee-^po-' 
sMal service. 

Unlike stioppii^ in large 
chain stores awt discount 
houses where tlie customer is 



j own as far 

i tn/ormation 

...u, «. ......ired product, 

mall businesses are opera- 
ted by independent experts 
in their pfttlicular field of 
sales and/or service. They 
are interested in your satis- 
faction. Most small business- 
es build upon repeat business 
aiirt nistompr ?ood will. They 
nterest in 

Ui\'A\ lllSH-'lllt-'i .-5 

A eofltoecti^ thread ran 
thrw^h each story from week 
to week:; 

At B J.'s House of Flowers 
we turned that sto's work- 
ing on her third wedding in 
one family. But B.J. does 



more than )ust put tofetber 
pretty bouquets. When it com 
es to weddings, she's a con- 
sultant and she's a friend 
who can be depended on at 
a very special occasion. 

At her Poodle Salon, Wally 
worries about her dogs. She 
wants them to be as baM>y 
when they visit her shop as 
they are at home, lluy of 
her canine customers have 
been with her for eight years. 

At Admas TV and Radio 
Sales and Repair, service is 
handled quickly, efffeiently 
and with every consid«ntlon 
for the custoner. IDoinf tmst- 
ness in a manner tliat;ABtt8' 
ties enstoraers is the best way 



to advertise. 

Michael's Creati^ i^^- 
ialises in the uniqw. Crm- 
Uvtty is klichael's my.^ 
delivering personal setlce 
to bis customers. UnMce ^ 
shops where sb items 
are kept on the crasher and 
hundreds in the storeroom, 
jewelry from Michael's is 
personal. 

Sam Morris of Great Neck 
Realty explained to us that 
ia re«l estate, 'bigfer doesn't 
mesa better.". the smaller 
firm is able to spend more 
time niOi both buyer andsel- 
ler» tfethg certain that each 
one is satisfied. 



At Viif i^ B^ch ^wii« 
Maciitte Service and Ap- 
pUame Clinic we fottnd ttot 
Muden and Mnlk^ can and 
will fix any make and model 
sewing machine rather than 
sell a customer a new om. 
And, tb^ an>liance repair 
trade takes on anything from 
bl^Mlers to water pics. 

^flower Health Foods is 
a newctNuer at the London 
Bri(^ SlKViring Center, but 
the KarUns have (q>enedtteir 
business with customer ser- 
vice in mild. If theydcm'thave 
what a cummer wants, they 
can and probably will get it. 

Muidiy Brothers Seafood 



features the freshest sea - 
food avaiUAle, short of land- 
ing your own with hook and 
line. With roots in the sea- 
food business that dates back 
to 1930 when his father first 
sold s^food, Dewey Murphy 
c(Hitittues to bring the fin- 
est sealoed possible to his 
customers. 

At Fabric Bam and Rome- 
spun Hut hints and help are 
available to customers along 
with the merchandise they 
purchase. 

And coirtomers at Lill Ro- 
binson's will find smart en- 
sendliles they are not apt to 
see everytime they leave 



their home. The small shop 
is able to provide shoppers 
with a more exclusive selec- 
Ucm ttan larger stores that 
buy in greater volume. 

Similarly, WiUie Jtmes at 
State Farm Insurance, the 
B^ch Engraving Service, 
DeHart Realty, Country Oa- 
kes, Dante's Restaurant and 
Lounge, the Back Room and 
London Bridge Hardware all 
believe in the same princi- 
ple. Customer satisfaction 
is top on their list of priori- 
ties. 

Visit your local small busi- 
nessman. You'll find the ser- 
vice worth coming back for. 






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Specul to tlie SUN 



Witb less tteB 24 tews 
^ go Nfore the receaUrteld 
AQr^t Jaaes Rlwr Itecoy 
SCortMt at the Ftiitrwads 
lln Richnml, Harvey Aekiss, 
% Ntfal Air Station (HAS) 
Oc«M empk)ye% ^thefln- 
a^top tOM^ ^« Ufi'<ic- 
Jsd m^ of • woodcock. 

Hwfey, n^rty ^tt Pro- 
et»»ht ^Hcer at NASOces 
m. M alnMt ftTW m t 
Mm JOt cMB^Magyiw ^rv 
h^ m tiMe tor ^ kielancnd 

«ftBt hi- 






competi^ against other ana- 
tears awl protesionals. 

Harwy recently moved 
(r^ th4 wjviee to amirtmr 
woldcarver ctess when aM- 
ther «ntry won a Woe riM«i 
iB "The SaltsbBry" comi^tl- 
tiw held late Spri^. 

Two irther ertrles at the 
Rlchaood event Mrned if se- 
ctwd pUce riW»B mi h«wr- 
«Ms meMlM in the nlaia- 
ture cat^ory lor Harvey. 

WUdtowi woodcarvi^, the 

hnWiv of HjirvMV Afkififi'- the 

l>Q>yty iMia frocessing Ui- 
flctr, ctjJures the bm^ tft 



took a first place tdoe rib- 
bon in te nenber^nrheM 
at tbe Virginia B«(A Arts 
Center in Mrly h^^ for 
his niniature ^i^« 
geese. Hormally, iwiod^rv- 
iq;s arra't jud^^ as art 
becaflse thqr are coul^^ 
a craft. Itowever. ttese«*»i^^ 
orative minatufes, wld«*«- ' 
quire planning. drtaUM 
carving and ^Mi^ <M> 
staM^, ar« artv'oits wtflk 
Mnwsi(».^A*rvey was w^ 
pitwd to siA Us StCMd ^* 
tempt at carving Mu«-rtb- 
bon«l. 

I^iriflt to gain wm 
ptrience in competitive 
showi Harvcv ettfertd Us 
1971 Wirt r««- 

lon world "■■ -ni^il0 
.(itewl Ci ny^i- 

art M 

re 
:g«llir« i >rf 



turn. TiMe &tt^tti9 also took 
third plt«B la the show from 
upmiaataly UQ ettries in 
the aovice tttegoi^- "I'm 
sttU w Owd Nine," voliu- 
teered Mfrvey. 



Artlsfic panmits in vood- 
^rvlng ^^a a year ap) 
wli« Harceyrriuraed^na 
trv»to CallforaU. While ht 
mis grae, Us »ms ^eveand 
nuke >^iMd lan ap for the 
1iM«rtbwI CarvlHi «wrt« 
flMtiiid<^ hy hfm Poi^ud 
at the ytfi^Bia BMtA Arts 
CMtter. Harv^ has tak« 
tt^ Uv^ Mon^ whidi 
tater revlnl ^ tiw lost 
art. 



Harv^, an Ocean Civil 
says his te^. altt^ «t- 

ui^ «^ tli|t- «^HWi^ , 

m, f^trtW^, wry re* 



white ce&r or bass woods, 
Harvey does Bwst of his 
carvli^ with a pock^ knife. 
However, he did design some 
of bis own tools to aid him 
ia the detailed work which 
goes into eaiA carvi^;. 

It takes about 10 to 90 
hours to complete a pro- 
porttoned minture re^ica 
of the subject wildfowl. Most 
models are mounted subjects 
borrowed fromataxMrmist 
Ml friends, atthM^lbrvey 
tes re«irted to Mme of his 
own taMMrmy via his 
ftweier. Models helptteart- 
i^ ouata precise featter 
detail a^ eiact mloriq: of 
the *i4dft)wl. 

Wood otfv^ for «ly a 
^y, land's ^iMtties 
^mM inm vwt hu^ in 
M«Hiber>*w^ it's ttee to 
QQi^ ♦M" Tfctitotivii^ tw- 




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James E. Mace of Mace 
Sciotfiflc EqyipmeDt and 
Electhnlcs, Ine,, of 5245 
Chalied(a Drive in Virgiftia 
Beach, is a {doiieer. 

lo tt$ fi^ of electnn- 
ics for 25 years, Mac is 
Presldeat of tte KempivUle 
tirai vUi^ti^pBdalisMteldo- 
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thti d^;cri^Hm, Maee^ci^- 
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service, itesign and 1^^ 
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speed the victim to a hos- 
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electrodes are immediately 
attached to his body to pro- 
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the httirt and vital signs. 
Cardias difficulties nuybe 
overcome vith the use of 
odier electrooic equipment 
amiable of restoring a heart 
beat or restoring rhythm to 
yie victin's heart beat. This 
eqplpmeirt as well as dialy- 
sis «(ittipm6at reiiuires the 
knevlwiiv WA Mills of hfgb- 
iy tralMd talp-medical elec- 
tronics. Right now, Mace 
^iflotiftc provide s^rvtee 
4q hoqittabi, p^sldans, clin- 
iu, Mi* i«iie«e wits, re- 
WabilWttton eoiters, nurs - 
tag homes, dmtists and ve- 

' ^nntaUlY, according to 

i Omi^ Miaielson, Vieel^- 
s|de|A and Service Mamger 
of liitce SceWific, ev«7 wUl 
kbqittal WiU need to have its 
own bio-meittal elei^roid^ 
divtsion witii and mgineer 

''mti umnl tedmicians to 
nHMidB tte etpriimimt h<»- 

; j^tals will be using. 

Bio-medical electronic^ is 
a Mw jud highly technical 



field. And, as Mlchiels<» re- 
ntes, "It's wA Ifte teviog 
a television set out of com- 
mission. Everytidjq; in this 
field is crltica and urgert." 

Mace Sclentiftc has'a VA 
an>R>ved i^renttceship pro- 
gram providing on ttie |ob 
tndi^^ in conjunction with 
an educationftl' program in the 
field. TideMter Community 
(^egwMiyectiitfflMtitu- 
- ted a two-y^r program in 
ttie field for technicians. 

Way^ Frost is Mace's 
first aivriflticei^p graduate 
He's now working iri&Mich- 
lelaon in the service depart- 
meitf. 

As Witt anynewiidld^rtliiere 
are {Ulficttl^es ind ieconi- 
ing to both Miclkelsoo and 
Mace, the biggest difficulty 
they most overcome is the 
lack of standarlzation in the 
e<iuii»uent. Technicians and 
Nigineers not only need to 
bcctmie Ikmiliar with many 
different types of equipment 
bttt also with the individual 
systems of each manufactur- 
er of that type ei eqolpmeot. 

Aaother Maetei Maee 
Seieatiflc's opte^ion is the 
sales and installatton otH 
ecpiipB^Bt for faaadi< 
indtviduals. Ma^ 
some «{Hipmeot fbr phyd- 
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cular patient and ^Us some 
equipment directly to custo- 
mers. Oae pqwlar field in 
wUcft KUice tes 4pM a great 
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of TOSS and i^^- motor ve- 
hicles for hunticanted dri- 
vers. 

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sgieciaUi^ along with James 
Ma(» in fiiit field. Vans can 
be equipped so a handicapp' 
ed di^ver can opoi a sliii^ 
door and activate a power 
lift with the simple turn of 
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son can ttes get himself into 
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Wednesday July 20, 1977 



aap Box Derby 



Mt Trashmore site of races 




(SUN photos by Blair Thurman) 

Mayor Holland sped to yet another 'OH Can Trophy' 




By BUIR THURMAN 
SUN^rts Editor 

Gentlemen, start your engines! 

Would you believe, "Are you ready, 
champ?" 

For such is the command, or rather 
question, that is asked of the partici- 
pants of the Soap Box Derby prior to 
each race, in which boys and girls 
steer their gravity-powered vehicles 
to the bottom of the track. 

Ar^ youngsters including 18 from 
Virginia Beach competed last Saturday 
at Mt. Trashmore for the right to 
travel to Akron, Ohio, for the national 
competition. 

Some of the cars, which took the 
kids about three months to construct, 
bore about as much resemblance to 
an Indy car as they did to a cow, 
but some of them actually surpassed 
their more advanced brethren in sleek- 
ness, approaching something out of 'Star 
Wars." 

Somewhere in between is the car of 
11 -year-old Alex Jaroshevich, of Vir- 
ginia Beach which has the lines of a car 
built by its rider, the way it should 
be. "It took me three months to build," 
said Alexj! "I followed the suggestions 
in the rule book. It was very diffi- 
cult." 

Young Jaroshevich said the tough 
parts were the necessities. "Some of it 
was easy," he explained, "but the brakes 




oz Dertijr eompetition by 
winning the Junior Division 
was Virginia Beach's Mark 
Edwards. 

The Junior DivisicHi Eli- 
minator (only one loss and 
no trip to Akron) was Shau- 
na Hudson, also of Virginia 
Beach. 

Norfolk's Kirk Schultz won 
the Senior Division competi- 
tion. 

Luci Edwards of Virginia 
Beach won the Senior Eli- 
minator. 

Dr. Clarence Holland, 
mayor of Virginia Beach, re- 
tained the "Oil Can Trophy - 
by winning the special may- 
or's competition for the se- 
cond straight year. 




Alex Jaroshevich scrunches down ffi the 'A. J. Express' 




The Churchland Jaycess were impressive 



Luci Edwards crosses the finish line on way to Senior Division EUn^iinator championship 



steering were hard. The brakes 
have hinges that go every which way, 
and the wheels have to be perfectly 
aligned." 

Not only could he build his car, he 
knew what to do once inside. "It's not 



hard to steer. I get way down and tilt 
my head so the wind goes over my 
helmet." 

Alex's car is named the A. J. Express. 
"My dad sponsored me, and his ini- 
tials are A. J. and my initials are A.J. 
and A.J. is a great racer," he said 
by way of explanation. 



Dennis Van Der Meer method used 



Alex lost his first race, potttac hln 
in the eliminator category, and aUov<- 
ing him only one more defait. Aft^ 
two wins, he lost again, pottliif Um 
out of the running. "I'm goiiig to IwiM 
a new one for next year to go fu- 
ter," he said, exhibiting the trw ^tiit 
of the compeititiMi. 



City teaching 500 junior students tennis 



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I'^tBf iXDteris tfifirti on ceuff bflarrt 



By J.C. ttiLEY 
Special tff tbe SUN 

The De|»rtment of Parks 
and Recreations in Va. Beach 
is offering Junior tennis les- 
sons this summer. Accord- 
lag to Activities Unit Co- 
ordinator, Elaine Phelps, 
about 500 junior students 
are taking lessms from four 
instructors ttAI year. Les- 
stms are given^t Lynnhaven 
Jr., Plaza Jr., Bayside Jr., 
ani Kempsville Jr. 

Because qualified tennis 
players do mt automatically 
make good tennis instruc- 
tors, the instructors must 
attend four tmnis clinics a 
yMr. two are given by Kay 
Wakely, the tennis coordi- 
Mtor. The other two are 
given by I^ve Howell, a 
certified tennis pro at Owl 
CMek Tennis Center The 
ivtrMters tteo must go Into 
aM>re4ticeship under quali- 
fied tMCtera for six weekso 
laiere, they learn how to 
teach. 

Ken Hunter, the tennis in- 
structor at Lynnluven, has 
played tennis since he wag 
10- He learned to play unter 
t^ sametytwofoi^aaitattOD 
in LMg B^ch, California as 
we have here. In 1973- tl 
he was on the Princess Anne 
High SdM leuis t^m. 
l^en he was u| tte krm$t 
Ftrcu, te ^y«l m tte 



Navy base team attheN.A.S. 
Agana, Guam in 1975. He 
played in the All Navy Tennis 
Championships here in Nor- 
folk. 
The method of teaching in 

firginia Beach is the Dennis 
an Der Meer method. K«i 
adds three other phil- 
osofriiies to bis les.sons. One 
it the taw of Pr«;nquency" 
which drills a step over and 
over again until it is 
learned. His "Law of ^adi- 
ness" allows the student to 
move to other steps when 
they are ready. The last of 
' his laws is the "Law of 
Effect" which gives the stu- 
dent ^tisfaction and a good 
feeling at a certain st^ be- 
fore he moves on. When all 
of bis laws are met, then 
the student is iMtnii^. 

Ken recommends the 
ipofus profram for jiinior.s 
Who want to learn about 
immk Ok iw^i vk^i m 
improve ttolr game. "It's 
good physical exercise and 
has good social aspects. 
People get out (on the courts) 
and have a lot of Am" he 
noted. 

I, as one of his stwients, 
agree. 

Lesson Session IV, At%- 
ust 1- II tor IS to 1« year- 
olds, is. taking r^irtimtion 
now. Call: 467-48S4. Any 
age iaterm«liate student can 
joia SsssiOB IV. 




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■ certainly doesn't fit the image <rf tte sterte^i^ed 
t.i,..essioittl footbtll player, particidaHy aMsid•rifi^^te 
fact that he was a Unetncker, a position that has gi#ira 
4yncnonious with violence. 



Miite Mansfield, who has played for tte CaMdiao Fk^c 
'11 League as well as the now deftiort World Fogtt«ll 
iue, knows what pro football has to O0er, atf he is 

PtttIM with the present itatus quo. 
Bad ke not retired (ron the pro radcs three yam 
0, Mansfield would be reporting to tnini^ ^mp this 
«k. Instead, he is spending living wrt a mve tnmpU 
Anier, watching the surfers that atlUae the sirilh mi 
-'acfc IB. bis job as a Virginia Beaeh etty UftfMrd. 




thurmoh 



loe rest of the year he fills by r^ratttag Viifinla 
iMUttOolers to play fbotbaU for the Uidversfty of Itorth 
UHHp where he earned fkme as a UMatter. 
I «MW*are the days of battUng foe a plu^SQaatcMn.'^ 
Cone are the days of salary nego(latt» tattsks. GoMant 
iays of injuries. Here, for tte pra^ uymy, are 
the dajFS to be savored, Mjoyed ai^ qpi^radaM. 



His love let- the piaeld way of life was-Borw of an Mis- 
take as a lin^icker wlwUvedpnthefri^fe of pr«fts«i«ti 
success. After a coU^e Oireer t^t terniiaated in an 
H-1 swaoB his seiMor year, a &ni &)wl victory and 
aU-eotferwwe honors ^ MnMacker, llaasfieW was deemed 
wo ^rt (Tm S-n and $/4, I've m^sured a thoannl 
tim«"), by pro scouts, airf |mss«I over in the Httiwil 
ro<<h*U Le^M draft. So it was m to the awth to in 
$m play in tte Canadiai Football League, where Americans 
are at a d^Wte ttts^vaatege. 'The rules uy Miy 1§ 
Anericau can be m a twm," explau^ MansiHeld. "Two 
of tfe(»e are ^larteita^, and the rest are the morasklUed 
p^ttoBs like s|dit em ami ninnii^ t»ck. Its terd to make 
tte team. And if y«i jfcm't make it as a starter, you get 
cut." 

Mansfield »med a spot m the Ottawa Ri^hMitors, 
birt he Idt his heart sMh of the border. His tmwwui 
Ufe was aggravating, i dkbt like Canada all ttet much," 
he saM, and when the World Fo^ball Leauge euMged on 
the American scene, Mansfield came home. 

MauttM. a Morview UHh Schsol |Mt>duct <he ms a 
Vttrt^efc), fond Uttself in FhiMeliAia, p!ayi% for 
tte Bell (y«, it is used in the sii«uUr). "We had a pretty 
l^od year, but we lost the first ^me(tftte played." 

The WFL ms fkmnderiag ttKwgh, and llaasfield muted 
0^. "IMove the aeiet season started, I knw th^vere in 
titNMe tad n^tt HM, w I&Mi^IiKMld try and to wme- 
wtere nice. I asked to be traded to Hawaii, iNit Philadelphia 
»«»,♦«) I r^red. Half-way thrwgh tte season, the WFL 
Mded." 



Ttet's when Mansfi^ ims finally givm a sbcA at jdaying 
tit tlw HFL. "I was invited by New Orleam coach tkm 
^vely to come oat for the tram, but (NFL comissioMr) 



Pete RoseUe m«^ a statement ttat peofde wto played in 
the WFL were MackbalM from the NFL for a year " 
That mied his toMtaU career. 

But t^ WFL team still owes Mansfield so..,^ ,„...,cy 
•They owe me ab«« iWm," he said, -but I don't want to 
bot^r «»ih it. sh^ I will MMie day, but I'm not that con- 
cei^ with thi n; o^hty but*." 

Now he is a member of the tlNC coaching staff, although 
recruiting is his primary AunctiMi. -I guess I should want 
to «ach more," he mM, "brt to be honest, I like what 
I'B doi^. C«chi^ is a II m«th-a-year job, and I eniov 
my time off." w 

(tee of Car'Miaa's reeruitl^^^^uj^ this year was the | 
s%nii^ of Lake Taylor's Amos I*wrMce, a tailback who 
tas the break away ability to make every play a potential 
touchdown. "Lawrwice will be as^od as he want^ to be,"> 
saw Ibttsfield, -he isn't as stn»g as Kike Volght (UNC's 
gndwted tt£Oni-s^i% tack), but he is a rttl threat 
wtenewrhegetsthetHOl." f 

Maa^eld nys his Joils easy. "I i^'t tave tote muiA 
to mirage a kid to cMie to Candioa," he said, "bemuse 
it is SMh a nice place, Osvally if we eao gM htm dowK j 
to Ctepel HUI tor a we^jkend, we've gtrt Um clwe to that 
(totted line." 

Reernitt^ doesn't b^ln tor some time thMgh, ami he 
is «ijoyii« his sna-flUed days <» the b«ich. mile rem- 
lections smk as havii« set tte UNG rmM for loMhdmm 
passM bi a ^me(3L. paying la three bowlpmesaad 
conp^ in two iMt^stoua iMgw^ nr^ cmp into 
vhis mtod on laay afteiwxms, the t^y way aayime irto sees 
him MuU know his past would be to^wse trim his stiU 
im|»-esKlve phys^e t^ 'here is an athlete. ' 
That's Mcw^ for him. 



Mike Mansfield 



lith Amateur Golf Tournament 
this weekend in Kempsville 




SJ 



Americana ends 



tki litt anaaal Virgiaia 
t^tA AflMtMr GoU Touna- 
m«A win be heM Fritey, 
^ti#ifty, aaA Snday (My 
^m « M^ «t KenpsviUe 
IMHto^ra Add Course. 

IM^F of Vitpn^a^; 
aaalMrs wiU Nt^alM^ 
^ Ji« tttle comity MM 
t^idl^^i^iteiqadiiDger 
Savage, ^m^ wiU be hard 



to deOfOM at Ken^ivUle, 
«#«^y if heeci^Bii^tte 
to«r-iMer par M annge 
ittiatataMl Ie^* the pa« few 
we^s. 

Leadiiv coi/tmi»» tnm 
the 1S7S VBAvMig.tor 

vf RqM^uawsoB,^Krs" 
ma^mt OM Iteyar ^mnj 
luaan, third ^m ftnbher 
last year, and otter top 1976 



finishers Bob Itowland, John 
Heaiy Reeves, Jay Williams, 
MMtIs Deal. George Owais, 
Barry Gidley, BtAby Krae- 
aw, aad Bdb Sullivan. 

Other leading contenders 
_^ '"' ;.tlaUan.BlUy 
lletlluan, ilnrray RudisUl, 
FeiMr Sitchwell, Wamie 
Cooley, Mike Wheat, Richard 
Tudwr, AreUe McDowell, 



Eddie Tester, Mark Gam- 
bardella, Eddie Diggs, J. P. 
Le%h, Bud^ Peoples, a«t 
former Peon State fsUer 
Martin Ikeda. Expected lato 
entries should make this the 
strongest and ifU- 

tlTtlMlievei 

Dark IHIIM* omtMitti^ 
are CecU Broome, Virgiaia 
National Goard Chamj^oa 
and Dan Crain. 



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sticcessf ul season 




At Camp Pendteton 



tntries open for surfing tith 



'.ast Coast Surfing 

nptoaship, an event that 

^i^ become a Virginia Beach 

radition, is just araaBd the 

corner. Coavetitioo for the 

CbamiHOitsitfp wtll beAog- 

11 i, 28 at the Camp 

i iletao beach off of Geo- 

Beeth Bmdevard. 

.... ,5tb anninl surfing 



cteavim^, apoBMred ^ 
Hie VtasiMa Betek Jaycees, 
i* J«#cd a^wittig to nUes 
«f ttt &u^nk^ Sarfing 
A na oft ta ttoB , witt jadges 
gpWB m% MinrtwtioiMr dls- 
trirt, VB-I». 

^tar l»ms are available 
An- makn at Vave Bean 
S»f Shop at tte ficaeh. They 
€M 1^ he oMattedlty eoB- 



toettng CharlM Gaudrean, 
A-. at 461-MS4 or Craig 
Uwett at S99-4011. 

Olrls iBter^ed in being 
tiMnea Miss E.C.8.C. 1977 
can also get <^licatioos 



fi'om tlw same soorc«>. 
Final slectim fbr Miss 
E.C.S.C. WiU be on July 
22, 1977 at « p.B. Those 
intere^ed sMoM make 
•ppUcatioo by July 21. 




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U basketball 



ne &^rm«ato ni Adraaeai taHu fre« (^m I^m, ^am t^rraO ^ raw- 
tte Americaaa GymMstlcs Cnter are p|e. pan MriHtal^ Jaale TiUaa, Lin ValiM, 
ttre* here, f^t raw, L toR-Kia Meraa. Kdly TMns, Kal^rl^CllldyFaU,Micll• 
A■Mtt• Ivaas, JadF Wagier, Kla Lmrta, alt Wm, OM Heteed-Klaae GivoM). 




^ KAYAKWG • BACKPAOCING 
• CAMPING • P.OTHING • BOOTS 

'^^frwiiwiiiwi If f 

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mutMi oKii uuw 



camp open 
to Beach girls 




ne fourth u^tal Old Do- 
aMoo University bask^teU 
cu^ wUl take ^ee this 
year from July II to Ai^rnst 
S. 

Former All- America ^y- 
« Wariaane £^anl^, named 
IUm SBMBa- to siach ODIT's 
Ui^ MoMn^, win direct 
t» (M Domini« Camp thb 
pmr. nt two-time all- 
An«iam UA Immacalata to 
tm Mttaal titles. 

Any 1^1 ^^ e^ through 
iHM iseUi^totoattoMtte 
OIW ou^, eMter as a 



re- 



sided camper or comm^er 
camper. 

Coe^ Stam^ WiU be as* 
sMed bf ootstaadiiv cotdi- 
es and irimraiv from OM Do- 
niafoii aad the m^r^oUtti 
Tidewater ar^. (^a^^»t» 
speaker wUl be GeorgeSeha- 
mr, Inowtt as 'Craiy Geofge, 
the world's grrat^ btil - 
tandler." 

To mroU ia tte wmim's 
hi^Mtt^l <»m9 la tte {»W 
^Mhoaae, wipetii.shMd 
cnrtact tte B^y-RaW>ew 
Pragiam <M<m tt H^bes 




-77 
Witt a 
12tt {dace floish ft the AAU 
Ni^onals in I^^ib, Ark- 
lUs AdnnoBd team 
also WM tto Virgiaia l^te 
AAU Ctemitos^. 

In tte flmt ioteraatioaal 
jneet h«M ia Vlr^Ha, the 
wtwMed ibrls MmAtA a 
ttam trtm Aacten, Ger- 
naay. 11^ alttwwsevnral 
ittte, r^Ml uift natioaal 
ladtvifhial awards. 

tte AfflericsM ttter- 
mediate t^m also wcm tte 
VIrgittU Sttte AAU Chaa- 
pldMi^ as wm as several 
iwtlvidual amrds. 

The Amertom Begttoer 
term was lai^iited tt tel 
eompMttoi, roimUag out 
Ameri(»u's ezcitiag sea- 

Head coactes Narcy 
Ttompson and Nancy Rob- 
erts were selected as ^ 
Virginia SUte Coactes for 
1977. 



Softball 
tourney 



open 




'5 rfo^ 



Tte Aaarlma MglMi^s ttMH, . 

L to K-Ltatf OeVary, Vealy tstmm,Aaq 

MMMUe f«aM. teek row-Mitte ^m,tHT 



Mr PUeU, Kim Hnghlett. Jaaine Daniels, 
Ttoom Etsbs. Jeaalfor Daniels, LaOoane 
MeCartfey. (Net pietared-Heg Needten). 






Tte Bertd^-Aexie 795 Ea- 
gles are v^iwtag ttelr 
First Aanatf Slew l^eb^- 
baU Ttmmame^ A^mH 5,6 

For fortter itformtttoi t» 
tew to Mter tte ^^e-eU- 
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Viitinla B^di i^, July tO, lf?7 - B-3 



A trip in time to tiie 17th century 



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By MARILYN J. WEBER 
SUN News Editor 

U y<w haven't visited LynnhaveB House you've missed 
a apecisl m of Virginia Beach history 

t%f touse is tacked away on Wishart Road, off Indepen- 
a«c* Boulevard. Owned by the Association for the Pre- 
servation of Virf ihia AntiquiUes, the house is one ot the 
most completely intact l?th century dwellinfi* ui English 
Naih America. 

1^ small fMr room house sets well tack from the 
ksmI BMr the store of the Lynnhaven River. Visitors 
iMW their ars in the ^rkii« ar^ near Wishart Road 
sad ii^rotcb the house fr«n a nature trail which wiiKls 
throif h a heavy grawth of trees and grwad cover. WsOk- 
Uf the irmvel jatb through the cool damp woods as trirds 
flutter bfttore your step ani squirrels scamper for the 
safety of high brawshes, visitors are given the definite 
feiOtaf they are mamm back into America's past. Pass- 
iat ttrftoi^ the gate to the house which seems Isolated 
and set apart from today's busy hustle of Virginia Beach, 
ywi've returned to 17th century Virginia. 

The touse, constructed, j^Wbly cl<Ke to three huwlred 
yetrt ^0, of bricKs made twm a n^rby clay pit, Is a 
^di7 aod telf parl<Hr«liall j^. The story ami a half house 
was a carry over from E^land where two story hmises 
were heavily taxed. The Ei«lisb, in order to keep taxes 



low and yet tttve toe space or two stories, developed the 
story and a half plan with bedroMOftlaeked under the stee- 
ly pitched rwf . The parlor-hall fdan refers to the use of 
two rooms m the flrst floor The larger room where the 
family did most of its day to day livii% was referred to 
as the ball, and the twiota rom, where the master of the 
hovse sleirt and where most of tte &mily's valuable poss- 
essions were kept, was ref errmi to as the parlor. 

Accordii% to Captain Homer Haisten of Norfolk, who is 
the Director of the Association for the Preservation of 
Virginia Antiquities in Tidewater, 'it can't be clearly 
and ab»>lutely established who tBUt these ^rly old Vir- 
ginia homes tMt are landmarks io Tidewater." "But," 
be ctrntlnues, "There are definite clues which lead us to 
what we think are reas(«able assufliptioas." 

The land where Lyrateven House stands was owned by 
SktUI Gascoyne. Early deeds^ according to Haisten, never 
menticffled buildiogs, just the land tract itself. 

Gascoyne came to Virginia as an indentured servant. 
Four y^rs after his arrival he was freed from his inden- 
ture as a conditi<ffl of the will of his master, laterestii^ly, 
according to Haisten, many of ibe landmarks homes in 
America were built by once indentured servants. 

Shortly after he became a free man, Gascoyne acquired 
the land which the Lyn^ven House stands on. Several 
features in the house lend credence to the possibility 
that Gascoyne was, indeed, the builder. 

Gascoyne worked as a builder and was highly thought 



of io hu trade. 

Lyi^uiitn House bears the marks of excellence that a 
sUUed builder may have put into Us l»me at the time. 
For example, the ceilings on the first floor at e vury high 
tor » hmi.SP htJih In thp I7th "cnmrv i"-* "»--«' -'■■|| <jf 
the windows i& arranged to proVide excellent cross ventlla- 
Uon. Tms, accurdiiig lu 'Hdiateo »uuiu ludicate toai the 
builder had lived in the wc^ long eiKwgh to be well ac- 
quainted with Virginia's hot, hulBM summers aod also knew 
how to provkie for sucb things. 

The balusters on the staircase to the second floor are 
distinctive and another mark of excellrat craftsmanship 
which would indicate the builder was highly skilled. Most 
homes of the period featured urn shaped balusters which 
would fit in only one direction. The balusters at Lynn- 
haven House are perfectly symetrical in design. 

Haisten refers to the tiny Lynnhaven House as a mir- 
acle house. 

"Most old homes bear the marks of change which ocCu- 
puits institute over the years. They add walls or tear out 
waUs. They change windows and doors. All these changes 
present difficulties in reirtoring the home to its original 
condition. Over the years at Lynnhaven House," he con- 
tinued, "the occupants merely covered up what they wanted 
to change. All we had to do was peel off each layer until 
we got down to the original hmise." 

During restoration, vidck has taken place since the house 
was donated to the Association by the family of the late 



Mr. and Mrs. William W. Oliver, Sr., in the fall of mi, 
those working at the house discovered many ori^nal 
features, inclwling a piece of the original window glass 
which had been secreted away in an ancient rat's nest. 
This find enabled the Association to analyse the original 
glass and have it duplicated exactly in England. 

A tour of Lynnhaven House conducted by volunteer hos- 
tesses, who are thoroughly familiar with the history of 
the old house, is a lesson in Virginia history that is still 
alive so long as the house remains. 

To spark visitations at the house, the Association has 
appointed a new administrator, Ann Shields. Ann, who holds 
a degree in psychology and formerly worked for a stock 
brokerage firm, las always been fascinated with history. 
It will be her job to call attention to the Lynnhaven House 
in order to increase visitations. 

The house is open to visitors Wednesday through Sun- 
day, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., from April through September. 
Admission for adults is $1, for students, .50. 

The Association for the Preservation of Virginia Anti- 
quiteis is a non-profit organization. Money collected in ad- 
missions goes toward the maintainence of the house, but, 
according to Ann Shields and Captain Haisten, does not 
cover those costs. 

Supplemental funds for maintainence of Lynnhaven House 
and oflier Association properties are raised through the sale 
of bo(As, curios and crafts at Jamestown, the Associa- 
tion's headquarters. 



Beach arrivals 




Mr. and Mrs. Stephen 
Mark Daigel, daughter; 

Mr. afM) Mrs. Robert 
David Slater, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald S. 
Gunderson, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. William L. 
O'Donneli; dat^hter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery 
Samuel Pyatt, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin 
Lee Buck, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher 
Mark Spmill, daughter; 

Mr. an^ Mrs. Philip Leo 
Conrad, Jr., son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Louis 
Debossi, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Lee Duane 
Crane, daughter. 

Mr. aod Mrs. James E. 
Hundley, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. John A. 
Guess, IV, daughter; 



Mr. and Mrs. WoodallCus- 
tis Thomas, soq; 

Mr. and Mrs. Cassin 
Young U, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Ti»mss Ar- 
nold Miles, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael An- 
thony Malizia, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Dudley L. 
Doling, s(»; " 

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne 
Mosley, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Quince Del- 
mar Griffln, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Etouglas Joe 
Creasy, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Steph«i Nel- 
son Clayton, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Er- 
nest Davis, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Mar- 
tin Orr, daughter; 

Mr. aod Mrs. Norman 
Lionel Rogers, daughter; 

John Mancino, daughter. ( 




Highlanders bring iiome tropiiy 



PMTECT 



Lynnhaven House 



Beach mail 
directs drama 



The Virginia Beach High- 
landers, a 10-member high- 
land dance troupe from the 
Academy of the Virginia 
Beach Ballet, placed 16 times 
and brought home a trophy 
in the Grandfather Mountain 
Highland Games held recent- 
ly in North Carolina. 

The Grandfather Mountain 
Ctemes, an annual event spon- 
sored by the Scottish clans 
of America, this year attrac- 
ted 200 dancers from 22 sta- 
tes and four Caoadian provin- 
ces. Included among these 



dancers was last year's world 
champion, so according to 
Virginia 9each H^hlaoders' 
instructor, Eleanor Uoger, 
"Competition this year was 
certainly top rate." 

Meeting that competition 
and surpassing it was High- 
lander Mary Ellen Bakerlrho 
placed in every event in which 
she competed and was award- 
ed the "Most Points" trofdiy 
in the novice dancer cate- 
fory. 

Judith Hatcher, an instruc- 
tor at the Academy of the Vir- 
ginia Beach Ballet inaddiUon 



to being a member of the 
Highlanders, took a flrst, se- 
cond and third place award 
in the beginner-16-and-over 
events. 



Other Virginia Beach High- 
landers who placed in compe- 
tition were Kathy Baker, 
Jeanette McDuffle and Karen 
Priold. Takii% i»rt in begin- 
ner events were Rebecca and 
Wendy Delpercio, Barbara 
MacDonald and Islay Walker; 
in novice events was Jenni- 
fer McDuffle. 



How wcmld fan leel if you, 
received a l^er in the mail 
uylag, in dfect, "You have 
beM appoiiited to direct an 
hour-long Bible drama to be 
staged 00 two occft^ns a 
we^ apart tefffite audi«K:es 
of 8,000 to 10,000. Please 
recruit a oist and provide 
costumes." 

Maurice C. Briokley of 
lU Lawrrace Drive, Vir- 
ginia Beach, ted an ex- 
ivrieue soaethiog Ulte tk^. 

M is (flrec^aeostaned 
dnaa bHMd iveaUiebD(*«tf 
NetoHriah, to be staged at 
^Mri^ assemblies of Jeho- 
wb'a WttoMses to be held 
July tl-24 and 21-Sl at the 
Bai^iUm CoUseun. 

Brtaridey, a postal worker 
t^ trade, is an elder in tbe 
Thorom^^od CMff^^tim 
of Jcboi^'s Wtti^wes, 
wttcb server wMSTrfNor- 
Mk aod Virginia Bw^. He 
Mm h^^eBsive«v«ri«ice 
at orgudxttf i^ ttUMtfiW 
circuit assenbiies ot Ji^- 
nb's Witnesses, which 
eireult assembMM of J^>- 
'wJi's WttOMWI"Bany of 
tttffl at the Vi^Ma Betfh 
Do^-bttt Uttletattewayof 
«rtmstic eaqwriwce. 

Yet'BrlMliV wao't c«- 
e^Md. inie ttMia tM ben 
pre'recbrted to tti panto- 
MmM by kMal a^rs. His 
^ ws to twtm M ea«t 
iRMi1»rs, see that ^uper 
mMiM «ere availatrte, 
ihd n^rse Mn M that 
tttir actions are syaehro- 
ittMd with UM im^ and 

m tib ch» » «w 

rtcf^wd ft^ T^waier 
Mopn^^Mr vt JT^mmA's 
iMws^, tneladtaf naay 



from Virginia Beach. 

Briokley noted that motim 
picture and television pre- 
sei^tions on the Bible are 
interestbig and entertaining. 

"However," he a<bied, 
"this protection was written 
with the tlH>ught of giving full 
(xmsideraticm to the authen- 
ticity ot the Bible text from 
which it vns tekeo." Much 
of the dialogue is tAm di- 
rectly fl^ra the Biblican ac- 
court, 

"The (teoger of using Bib- 



lical themes for dramatic 
presentations is that peq>te 
may draw the wrong con- 
clusion or be misinform^ 
respectiiq; the accuracy wd 
truthfulness of the account," 
said Briokley. "This drama 
conforms strictly to the 
Bible text withmit private in- 
terpretaticm or editorial 
cont^." 

It will be performed at 
11:15 a.m. on July 23 and 
July 30 at the Hami^on Coli- 
seum. 

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2.1 - mile section of North 
Witchduck ^oad in Virginia 
Beach was approved Thurs- 
day by the Virginia Highway 
and Transportation Commis- 
sion. 

The project will improve 
the road ftwn Jh^ north of 
the Virginia BMtdh-««rfolk 
Enpressway to Pembroke 
Boulevard. 

About SCO te^ of eiistii^ 
North WiteMnek Road will 
be clos^ to thhMib traffic 
where the p^etf curves to 
tie into PitaMrteeftstffMrd, 
and a tururoihd Mil becoa- 
stnieted tostrve adjacent re- 
stdMts. 



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have four laaes with curbaW 
gun«r on the outer edges and 
a 16 • foot raised 



litctC Mill Ui. a iuiic-j«U» 

bikeway on the vest side and 
a five-fwt utility strip and a 
ft»r-fo« walk on the «st. 

All intersections will be 
re^oistructed. C^sovers 
and left tttiiu will be pro- 
vided attft at six locations. 
SotfMt aNlev«rd,prc«itt' 
ly imrtwdatf Jeum SO^m, 
WUtsMrt Avwue, Jac^ - 
line Avenue, Howton liuie 
a^ Welch Lane. 

These streets wUl have 



with o^oiite-dlrection st 
cess provM^ by adja 
ciBt sireett ind aitwnd-the- 
block ^is 

TraMc stgMls at Virg inia 
Bm^ Bouleyaida^ Aragona 
Boulevard wiU be modified 
to serve tte ei^Medlfortb 
WitcMaek SmA aKMWi^t^' 
ly. 

Traffic owats have variwl 
from ll.MO 10 i4,?00 vehi- 
cles per day far IfoMh Hitch- 
dndt. EqglMers Mtimate the 
votQUt will rai^e from 
^,100 to 4t,im vehicles 
(tally in lt«. 

At a ^bUc h^riig on the 



tntre wert,- ii- ciiizeu^ pic- 
sent, and 21 had comments 
Tiiey disagreed among 

selvr- '■■ "'"' 

proj 

median, <ind lUa iiuint>e-r oi 

lanps the inriDrovetnent should 

VlMIIg IH>" JJ'Hill 111 1-111 'II- 

widening on the opposite side 
of the road 

Engineers of the Vii^nia 
Di^rtment of Highways, 
Working with the city, work- 
ed out a shift in the road 
altpment to tte w^t be- 
tween Vliiinla BMCh-Kor- 
folk Eqn-essway ami Virginia 



e the 

imp:. TCial 

area iBht- 

f damage and the num- 



ter ai worui 
and Virginia P 



requ' 
char 



iivard 
*)y the 
>esn't 
>esign 
ijust- 
meBis 

The Virginia ^eb City 
Council has approved the pro- 
ject plans as revised. 

Tentative plans are to ad- 
vertise for construction bids 
<« the improvement in early 
1919. 



Better than watching cartoons 



Dependent's cruise 
aboard the USS Marion 



By CUYTON SCOTT JR. 

"I wish I ccNiU do tlus 
^iry Satos^KT iii^ead of 
«V^»lac aitoom on tdevi- 
•iAa lad foiog to^e bead)," 
ttft) « MHttyowgirter dut- 
^Nltkis tetter's hand. 

GStm, tlw Navy alloira sai- 
lors to iotite tbedr depen- 
^nti aboard skip for a ooe- 
(fay^vise. 

m earl; ima, Uie Nor- 
lolk - baMd, USS Francis 
Hirion. ■aaaiiAlbioustrans- 
|»rt ahip (derated by both 
im^ma and active duty 
tIkfjtMk, spent a Saturday 
m i«a with wives and chUd- 
tta to give tlittD a cl(»e-iq> 
look. 



Many of the reservists 
were aboard the ship for 
tiieir m(»thly weeJieg^ drill 
ud ^rtbers were aboard in 
redness to sail to England 
fn' the Silver Jubilee of 
Qneen Elizabeth. ^, 

With cameras cUekitig as 
tte ^p took on dependents, 
inai^ wives and children were 
anxiow to spend the day at 
SM with their husbands and 
bthers. 

Capt Nevin P. Carr, the 
commanding officeir c^ the 
16.8S8^ton USS Francis Mar- 
ion, greeted all the de- 
pendents on the ship's inter- 
com as the ship moved from 
the pier at the Norfolk Na- 
val ^e. 

When just five miles off 



the Virpnia sxmt, tte cap- 
tain caf^dly gttded t&e sUp 
to a spot wtore dependmts 
wei^ allowed to put their 
Usiitaf rods and r^ls to 
good we. Ttere was in fact, 
a contest, with a prize go- 
ing to tte pu'son who cat^t 
th« Iteiif est and smallest fish 
shiMcs deluded. 



The ezecntive officer, Cdr. 
John McCo^an, was the jih!- 
ge of the ointest with a lit- 
tle help from some of the 
wowwwwws and ohhhhhhs of 
tto wives and children stand- 
ing by. 



Jki^WJfWIftfe on^.tte.MPWO 



several wives want^ to get 
a look at tow the ship's 
cooks prepared sacb a gor^ 
geous m^l. 



Reservists waited until af- 
ter loncb to take their Cami- 
lies m tmrs ti their work- 
ing spaMS, berttim com- 
pertnmts, i^ mrants, the 
ragine room, awl the pilot 
hoose wtere the shj^ is ste- 
ered. 



As the son continued^ to 
move to the west, the ship 
Wis Bearing a>mpletion of 
its mission. 



Kemps V Hie Jaycees 
install officers 



Engineer 



C. Oral Lambert, Yirglnia mloi(» Uaiv^^ty. 
Beach Piddle Wests Direc- This anwiitfment became 




The Kempsville Jayc^ 
reccMy install^ AiMur 
Eseidierg as presMent. 
EseiriJeit urged greater par- 
ticipation in the Jaycee pro- 
gram, bf members and in- 
tceyted citiiens. 

^rvii% witb Esenlsig m 
liie UOiisi ol dutclarj. aie 
Dieter Cardwell, Vernal 
vice-preside»i; Frank Bar- 
tol, internal vice-presMrat; 
Kurt Hess, state director; 
Kadaia ^man, secretary; 
and Jim Derot^ey as tr^s- 
nrer. Serving as *r^tors 
will be Joim tJ'Br^, Jim 
Antoskow, and OavU NuU. 

D«mis E. Cr«rlef» out- 
going presidei^ was in- 
stalled as chalmA <tf the 
board. 

JcAn O'Bridr was Mmed 



Beach 
couple 



Mike Milaaovich. sales 
manger at KIamcA Ford 
anl pd nstrict ^nnnee 
clalrman of the Howittl for 
Governor ^mfMgi, mi Us 
wife, Gillie, Mwly efedwl 
memter of the itei^ville 
City Committee, ta» ^en 
iavttM to a rec^M at tte 
White BMSe for tke Chan- 
cellor of West Gernaay m 
the evening of Jidy 11. 

The m^, wto resMe m 
S^lh Parliament Drive in 
Virginia Beach, woitad for 
Carter darii^ tim ivn Pres- 
id^ial eam^^. Mr, Mil- 
aaovich I^M Carter's fi- 
Mace ^«»ttt*e in TUc- 
water aid "a* » mpmiwr ^ 



tlw Keyman of the chi^tter' 
while David NuU was named 
out^aadii^ Jaycee and 
Kadaba Raman was cited as 
the outstanding first year 
Jaycee. 

The -Jajrcee Creed" 
«ward^ for ^rvice tohtHsan- 
ity, was awanM to Jim 
Axioskom. 

Receiving presMential 
awards (rf braor were John 
O'Brick, Ai^reyCartwright, 
and Jim Astttdnw. 

Ontgoii^ p-esident Dennis 



Crowlef was reeopitsed for 
Ms "detteatton totte Jaycee 
mowBttt" and pn^ited 
with a pa^|H«si(^Bt8ida<iue 
aad^. 

As tteir seeOBd annal tii- 
a^dlatioo sad amrte n^^ 
' drew to a doM,- Emdicrg 
invited all the mMd^ers to 
oiamrage idl jKnlg ma to 
join withteK«^pBvUteJay- 
oees to iuure a better Vir- 
ginia Beach fnr tb«Bsdv«s 
and their childiw). 



t», has ttHMMed Ike ap- 
pglaMM^ a Mr. Axiald J. 
MKUiNriec as Tntte En - 
^a». Hitlcieirlis vfll head 
kp ttw (^'8 oewly oeated 
Tralfte OfflsiOB. TUs divi- 
doB fill iMu^pa^te tndtte 
tmcOm mtk kave beat 
iserfniMd by Airemswtth- 
te tte (^ee of tke City En- 
Itiieer and tt« BIginray Divi- 
sihB. 

A dty em|d(qree lor over 
An yeara, Rould Midc- 
iwNcc has worked 4s Sq>er- 
«Mir ot8U» Km terlmaiid 
BfteM Prefects QigtaMT ite 
m City Eni^i^s Office. 
Re kolds a B.S. (tegree in 
Civil fiifbie^rliig btMn Ne- 
mUt COllep at SagiMeriiv, 
liiii afl M.B.A. tnm OU Do- 



effective July 16. 



... ^..,.1.. and 
ice £rMffl awaited aft gwsts 
and crewmembers. 



Long lines were formed 
leadii« to the galley, where 



once again. ''This is the cap- 
tain sp^iking. I wiMld like to 
thank all ci jm for comiEf 
aboard today aMl goii^ to seat 
with us. ^me^y we'll be 
able to do tUs ^ato and 
it'U be even better next 
time." 



Tio mai^^^ven^BtSfitwas 
as if a tn^i^ lad just oc- 
on^^, ntny with their 
mouths <^en and faces 
to a frown, for a good ttdng 
ms tbott to ojine to an aid. 
A Doal^ of tlwn said ttey 
weren't rmtf to return to 
tte taisy stre^ and nc^y 
■i^ttorlnoi&. 



(^ d^enflMt was asked 
how sketelt about beii« able 
to qiMd Ite ^irvith her hus- 
band on tttt sUp and she said, 
"I visk I cMA ride the ship 
vltt ny bnsband when he 
does Us noglUy drills on 
bbard ttw Francis Itarion." 



As the ship made its way 
t9, its berdkHMMi^ 4to- 
pmdents gathered their cam- 
eras and fishing gear. The 
^y that depMitents and gu- 
erts were able to be with 
W^ h^Mnds ami fathers 
at sea, bad ended with happy 
memories ud wishes that 
the next cruise would be bet- 
ter and longer. 



.„„, HOrWKTCHSS. 
AVmOHELPKEEP 
COSISUNDER 




take it from 




THIS COULD Be THe 

sraRT OF soMerHtiMG 
...Bigr 



When ttus sign goes up in front of your 
riome. it means ttiat your twoit can be 
featured in our Homes f^er Uying 

magazine 



WttH pictures, (vton and <MMcr^ttww o( 
homn ttwt m» tmm tat »!•, our msfi^ine 
rvMtiM out to thouMiids el famittH - 
tocal^. aftd ttmoflti more iMn WW 
MMrM HoRMS Ar LMnt iMiM>ef> in ail 
30 tttiM aod Can^. 

11 youre mWoq fom ttamt. M u* gst 



m Cat 

Sttert^ 

In 



nt 





The plan is really very ample. 

I| begins when ttie tenqiei?- 
toe hits 95° or above, ^id it|pves 
usall agr^tdiaxxtodoon-patto 
help oortrol eiief]gy use and electric 

00^ 




When wedcday tempera- 
tiues go to 95° or higha; put Hot 
Wi^ 95 into action. This means, 
whenever possible, doing househdd 
dm^ that use a lot of electricity 
Mm? 10 in the nmning and o/^ 
"> at night Be extn careful about 
'ii« your water heater; rai^, 
i«ung machine, doti)es dryer and 
viishwasher during the hottest parts 
of Hk! day -since theae are your 
ntf^ pomr oonttmMS; 



Electridty, unlike oil or ga^ 
can't be stored today. It's generated 
at the same moment it's used. 

So, as indk»tries aiid busi- 
nesses and consumers all use more 
^Jertriritv ^hedenwndforeledridty 
gi the need ft)r more gen- ^ 



erau 



days, if evr 
the tin^' ' 
cooler 
heipreauoe 



iws. 

IV. or really hot 
preadout 
dty-to 

--... .t would 



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friendfess 






... The Virginia Beacii SPCA 







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Ctrol IColback, ExtcutiVt Dirtctor of tfit 
Vir^ima BMch SRCA, U tioidinfl Sm^; • 
lirg*. gray, iMirttrad maU oat^Sam it 
about 3 yaara old and has a gd^d dit- 
posttiofi. Sam's "family" movad from tta 
araa and didn't want to laav# thair cat 
bahind but Sam wandafad off just bafora 
tha family laft., Thay saarfihad and CAtt^ 
in vain. Whan Sam ratemad homa, naiflh- 
bora brought him to tha SPCA for adop- 
tion. 




b'^U' 



By IIARILYN J. WEBER 
SUM Editor 

lit ^niki at tiw Virginia Btteh SPCA steUer all 
vttr MMbtrM ttfi. Tbe Duaib«« cmrruiMi^^to ttles 
«Mtt^ #^tt« iMittsla' Uitmry: Sum ^^m }ue^'^imm» 
(tf mUtf^ «Wi# jtfire bci^ abtndaMir all ot tbem mt^w- 
iwrtM. o - ^ 

Mrs. Cantf Kolb^(, Executive Urector of tte Virginia 
BtMk^CA, tlM ttM crowded <^idltioBS at the RuiMan 
1^ iki^ dtr^ly 40 tlw tiilw* (^ animal Q«iier» to 
•fMr tiMdr p«ta. 1^ cites tte stttMoi wiiiebMy tkere 
are M to lOO nfittoo cats and dogs in tiie Uaited States, 
vttb 2,000 to S,SOO more beiag bon every boor (4 every 

AH pMs adej^ from tlie Virgiito Bm^ aliatt«- must 
be M^r^ wtf tke aicMisary (4Mrati(»s are performed 
^ veteriaariaas at very reduced n^. TU SPCA is 
t MB-fnttt fflrgutoUioB and tlie fsM^ eidlects for pet 
tdq^NMS «* ]nM, is yirt, along iwtlie MuteHag fees, 
to the wterliitrtiHis *l» perform the snneerv necessary 
as veil ae adniniiAer sIkM and wormings to young pets. 

In Mditlen to ouing M nawuiiMl and tioaieiess pets. 
ttv^CA.also toits in ttn&ane education. Visiting schools 
aadlfiMurM Feoy BojUn. the Humam Edtta^on Chairman 
w! othcn twdi <Mdr«i die propw vay to handle and 
care for aitfMls. 

1«e 0<;A te atoo ehazied with the responslbiUty of 
livaM^ttaf rq^ortt of ervelty to cotilBnctlon vlth tte City 
Of Vt;^itfa to«a ordlMnce which ^tes: "Cruelty to 
animals is a misdMiMaor." 

Ut9> 3vus&i Piaree, ^Itor manager, also serves as 
the Virtue P>^ ^^ Humane (Mdcer and is to charge 
of tonM^dtims QtcrMify- 

Tht ivrk ot thf SPCA Is done by 1^ paid luU time em- 
i^i^tm, tvo part time empliqrees and approximately twelve 
stM^ volQBteen. Vblai^eers, who assist with general 
anioul care, must be at toast 13 years of age, and willing 
to «wk two or toree hours a we* on a rcfular basis. 
Their work includes: deanlng cages, bathing and groom- 
lot aatanali, fee^ and •xcereising'uimals. The volun- 
tenv art yomifsters and adulto, as well. They have (me 
ttitaf. to eoBUBOA ^"V^ each otoer and toe employees of 
toe SPCA; toey all love Miimals. 
' They care tor animals 1^ have be«B victims of extreme 
erudty. Two littte kittens were tound discarded to a trash 
ear at a large sbqii^ mall. Qae Utten was kmnd under 
toe deid bodies ol six litter mates to t cardboard box used 
tor targrt pnctiee to a wooded area, Ah enUre litter of 
kittens were found to a bag inside a dumpsfter. Animals 
-hKve>feeen brra^t to the shelter after they have be»i set 
afire. Animals are brou^ to whose lites hang by a single 
tfarewl because (^ toe lade of food and care after abandoo- 

meit. 
Side titf ffy>« uid those who have beat mistreated close 

to toe jKriot (rtdeato are kept to a special room at toe shel- 
ter and nursed back to healto "if there is a chance for toeir 
■ iHhdiilL" aieeprdtag to. Mrs. Koiback. Those who have no 

'laaiiillSM "•""•" 

" ^^tM^V f^W^f*^' '*" anlnuils are kefrt until they are 
adqikiilf or ntfittqr become ill and muiA be destroyed. 
Hw iBputotton proUMDS to at ito worst during toe summer 
montof. to toe montt of June, for example, close to 400 
eato or ki^os war* broa^ to the shelter. "It's extreme- 






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KIttans in all sizes and colors ara in gama of "bat tho cat". Tha tiny kittan on 
plentiful supply at tha SPCA shaltar. Kit- tha laft was found with a littar mata iit^ 
tans in adjoinifig cagas angaga in a playful trash can at Pambroka Mall. 



ly difficult, if not Impossible, to place that number of ani- 
mals for ad(^tion,* ac(»rding to toe Director. 

People frequently bring pets to toe shelter ratoer than 
pay a kennel fee when they are going on vacation. Some 
come to with their children when they give up toeir animals 
and as toe youngsters cry pitifully over the loss of their pet, 
parents have oftra been heard to rebuke toem shan>ly> 
saying, "Stop crytog, we can always get anotoer dog (or 
catV" 

Juanita Pearqe relays that she receivea a (Complaining 

^one call from a mother of two teenagers because she 
explained to them toe slim chance for adoption toeir 
family cat, who was no longer wanted, had. It was cruel 
for toe SPCA accordtog to the motoer to e^ilatowhat 
Juanito Pearce regar^ls as "the facts of life for unwanted 
pets" to nearly adult youngsters from a family who was 
discarding a living creature for which it no longer had any 
use. 

temale d(«s and (jats with entire Uft^rs^olnew- 
»ro«i^^ the l^elter, !minjted ty mmv* «*a^ 
were too careless to have toeir pet neutered before it 
added to toe burgeoning population of unwanted animals. 

to addition to cats and dogs which, of course, comprise 
toe greatest number of animals at the shelter, toe SPCA 
also itts a variety of other animals to care for and, hope- 
fully, place for adoption. These are the Easter bunnies Who 
were such adorable bits of fluff on Easter morning; toe 
gerblls or gutoea pigs or hamsters or mice or rate who 
sptfked toe curiosity and interest of youngsters for a few 
weeks or montos. 

Hot everyone who visits toe SPCA is abandoning a pet. 
Kindness walks torough toe door, too. The owner of a local 
poodle salon brought to a small mixed breed puM>y who had 
suffered a broken leg when he was an>arently hit by a car. 
The woman, unable to keep toe puK>y herself, has made a 
donation for toe animal's care and has paid veterinarian 
fees to have toe leg set and to have toe animal medically 
cared for until he is well. 

With a dog room, a cat room which doubles as a re- 
covery room during weekend surgery, a room for sick 
animais, an outoide kennel and very ttoy office spaces, 
toe Virgtoia Beach SPCA is to dire need of larger facili- 
ties. Fund raising has been contmuing for several years 
not only to maintoin services to the nearly always "full 
to capacity" residento, but also, hopetolly to add a wing to 
the present focilities. 

The addition, which Carol Koiback hopes can be storied 
soon, will provide a recovery room, a humane education 
room and additional cage space. 

The Virginia Beach Society plans to participate to a 
charity bazaar at Pembroke Mall and is seeking arte and 
crafts items to be sold to a country store booto for toe 
purpose of raising funds for toe new wing. Anyone who 
woidd like to donate handmade quilts, pillows or needle- 
work; handsewn items such as suabonneto, traster covers 
or pot holders; or otoer saleable items suitoble for a coun- 
try store booto at toe bazaar, may omtoct the VirginU 
Beach SPCA, 425-1249. 

Persons wishing to sui^rt toe SPCA through member- 
ships may do so wito a contribution of |5 or more. The 
sh^ter also acc^to donations of dog and cat food and kitty 
litter. Contributions of this nature help toe shelter ward 
off infUtion at a time when they must use close to |3S 
per week to purchase kitty litter al(me. 




Carol Koiback introduces Soccrafas. She 
describes Soccrates and his "roommate" 
Ben as "very friendly rats." "Soccrates 
will follow you around just like a puppy. 
It's unusual to find such friendly rats," 
Carol explains. They were brought to the 
shelter by a woman who explained her 
chil<lren had become too busy to care for 
Soccratea and Ben. 



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If you ra in the marKoi ?or a pet, ^ Vir- 
ginia Beach SPCA is bound to please ftiu. 
They come in all colors, big. small, i^M^, 
old, shorthaired. longhaired, fluffy, ^v^, 
frisky, friendly, gentle, and all just IcNakin' 
for a hMM. 




Gypsy, a 3 year old spayed female Border 
Collie has been at the SPCA shelter for 
about four weeks. She has a beautiful At- 
position and is very good witti diildren. 
Complelely hoMobroken, Gypsy seems to 
have no bad taiMts. She doesn't jump or 
climb fences and she loves to ride in 
cars. Gypsy was brought to the SPCA 
whwi her "family" was movi^ from «ie 
area. 




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OrMt Cmrt tt te CItr 

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OMASUBMl fMte, 
MmMhI. 

to ^teb • 4itm«« a vla- 

sM MMHiut, i$M the 
ipomJ^ of tatti ftrtl«lttv- 

Mr aMMTc ttm «M ywr. 

t^hMBiuitea^fUedttMit 
tht MMtert tsiMtt-rt- 
s^ ^ the tete ct Vlr- 
^ate. Uw laM iMm post 
tm» aiita^ss k^: ISM 
n. RMge Sowi, MMSvUle, 
QUO it is ontarwl ttpt he 
do ^pev here vtthta Ha 
(M) d&jrs «fter dM »nWa* 
tlot hcroof, aad do wiMt 
aay be nec^sary to i^ 
teet'Us iilerest to thiseiitt. 
Ac<^-Teste: JehaTFeo- 
tress 

By: fttti A. KemtiMB, De- 
pirty Clert 
Edmrd T. Catali. Bl 
tUTj RaaMpii Koch 
mm Ptetttc AvMue 
Vlriinia Betch. VA. 

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And u anidavit taavlDf 
been aade aid filed that 
the defeidkBt is a MNi>re 
sldtot of tk« «ut« of Vir- 
Ciaia, the Ust taw«B post 
office a<Mif«ii bMm: |«15 
East ViMlitd Road, Apt. E. 
Aa|«sts, Geoitis tt U or- 
dirtd that ht teapj^riwre 
wiUUii Ml (10) days after 
dM pihUeMoi hirtaf , and 
do whil BMur to HM«tni7 
to pnrttet his literest io 
this suit. 

A cQpy-Teste: Jote V. 
Feitrtss 
By; Paftt A, Keeoehai. Oe- 

ry. Citrk 
LikhAMoU 
4S3f Vlifiita Beach Blvd. 
Virfiiia BMCh, VA. U4SS 

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(ffiOER OF PUttUCATlON 
II tbe Clerk's Onet of tltt 
OreaA Cout of the City 
of Viritaih Beach, VA., 
OB the tlth day of July 
IW7. 

Terry Fraieis Cbattleld, 
Plaintiff. 



J Ummin Mary MeSUttiney 



(mXEM OF PUBLICATKm 
te the Clerk's Oftlee of tte 
CiroritCowt oftheatyof 
ViTfiata Beach, VA.. oa the 
I3th day of My. 1977. 
Janes B. Ward, 
Vltfatilf. 



WhitoWard, 



The object irfthissuitis 
to (Mata a divorce a via- , 
cufa» oaiiimBtM froa the 
said defeadaat, ivoa tte 
gKMlds or BMHre ttaa 1 year 
sqiritiea aad coBstmetive 
deMrtte. 

Aad tm alfidaTit havioc 
beci aide aad fUed that the 
iliiimliil li a DOO-resld«t 
of tte SMe of Virfiaia, 
tte test kMM post <dBce 

tama teiir lou iitt 

Pimi,ttA>^.ll.C.Z860i 
it is oederid ttat ste doap- 
pevr tere withla ten (10) 
da(^ afler dae piMlcat^ 
hefaef, and * vtet may te 
aiUjimj to ]M«lect ter 
taitorest ia tl^ Adt. 
A eepy-Te^: Join V. 



KeMidiaB,De- 



By: Fattt A 

pafyOetfc 

Gay E. lUias, Jr. 

lit lad i ip M di i aBi Bl* 

ViriWr Bnch, VA 



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MCwdaii. 

tte Qbieet of Uds salt 
is to oblala i dHorct a 
BMiM ft tiMA, latiF .to 
te tttrgtd tHo a dierec 
of dttttfte a ftatibto aurt- 
rimoaU fMii tte said d»> 
feadaat, 190B tte iroaads 
ofwUlfaMiatittoa. 

Aad aa aHMavft tevtn 
beaa autfa aitt lOad tttt 
tte iattediM la a apa^re- 
aideait at tKa Stot* of Vir- 
giala. tks laat kaowh post 
offlee aditraas tetig: ItSt 
Beaaoa Avaaua, PUat, 
Mlddiaa. ft Isorderadttel 
ste do appaar terawtthta 
tea (10) days after *a 
priiiteattoa laraol. aad * 
what aitgr te Meeaaanrta 
protect bair ial*r«t4it Ola 
salt. 
A eoiqr-Tcste: Jote V. 



rir I 
toa (10) dm 
UeatiM 01 ttta Ordtr aad 
indicate hlaattttadttotvard 
tte propoaad adopttoa, or 
othervfat do *tet is oe- 
ceaaary to protect Ms ta- 
tereit ii this matter. 
A copy taate: John v 
Featress, Clerk 
By: Patti A. Keeaabao. DC 
Frate E. Birtler. 01 
MMVa. BaaehBlvd., 
Va. Baaeb. ^. »m 



tt* 



fteapii 



diV of Jbm. 1877. 
Qr^orylMr, 



Bafttly ^ilsee Weir, 



By:MttA.l(eaaMbaa,&e- 
pidyCtHt 
Alaiaadar».atiHk; 
Ml< Fittt Rlliditt Baak 

milteMteUoAyaaae 
if(9nott,Vftl^id 

4t - , 



Tte Q^ect of this salt 
la to cMala a diforee a 
^wato s m riM igaU firoiatte 
Mid deiiadini, apM the 
grottda of ■f*ittiHntiii aa- 
pui^ka for a pfftod of 
aiNre tbaa ote (1) year, 
iidt I 



Vfeciiaia.' k «N Oarfc'a 
OOtea 9tm CtaMCevt 
of tta ^ tf^inriiala 
- aTte ilBi day fli 



aa aamm taajtiif 
bate nada aad filed ttet 
tte daftedut is a tea-re- 
sidait of tte State of Vlr- 
fiala, ite last kaova pcttt 
oftlee addreas heiaf : «M3 
Seaate Wiy, Laa Aaieles, 
CA it is ordaraHttitste 
do appear bffe tMUito tw 
(10) days alter ,dM pablica- 
ttoo htt«a, and dovtetttey 
te aeeeaaary to prote^ ter 
interest ia tMs Mtt. 
A eopjr-TMte: Jote V. Fea- 
trau 

By: Patti A. KeoMbaa. De- 
, Cleilc 




B^ BMlea Lyte Cbarttan 
A LMl Oaiitfl CteritM 



il?d. 
rirllaki leach, Va msi 

VBs, i/t,yti.i/to,i/ri « 



(MIDER 
VIR(HiaA: IB tte aerfc's 
iOtfice of tte Circait Coart 
of tte City of VirtlBia 
Bauh. « tte t4tt day of 
JBlr,lf77. 

ta re: iUtoptiOB (d BridgMt 
iUm Unima and Jeaailer 
AU^n^GnAam and fK- a 
aaMlhaace toBridtett AM 
Foid«> aad JMatfer All^ 
Fa«l«- 

Bj: Doaald Boss Fowler i 
Ate If. FoaAtf 
PetttiOBNs 
Tk taam R. Graham. 
Admass UaiBova 

taOiMeery 
C-77-1041 
This (by came DooaM R. 
Fo«lM> and Am M. Porta- 
PetltioMrs, aad r^re- 
seited ttat tte ob|eet of 
tUs vnamUH i* to ^H:t 
tte adoption ci tte above 
Mmed iafhnt (s), Brii^ctt 
Am Grabaa A Jeaniier AU- 
yn Gratem, Wf Donald Ron 
Fo«h»- and Am M . Fovler, 
baahaad Md wife, and af- 
fidavit tevtor beea ande 
and filed ttet GIom R. Gra- 
tea, a Mtmlpareatof saM 
cUld (rM). la a an-rMi- 
deat olthe^^of VirHnia 

adtrns beia^ aamnnaad 
(toe Al%Mee Iten to Iom- 
te Mid (»Ha R. GrOua 
vttboot sneeeu. 

tt is Qmr^ate Ordered 
ttet tte s^GlMS R. Gra- 
baa ^pMr before Mt 
Cmn v^da tee (10) days 
al^ paUlMttoa of tUs t^- 
dar Md iw ttff at» Ms ytl- 
tade fnraxd tte ^opoaed 
adepttM. «> aamwU» do 
wM is aee^sary to pro- 
tect Us tateiMt bitUsB^- 
tor.- 

A copy te^: Jote V. 
FeatMM^^Mft 
ThoauM B. SMUewrtt 
ZllPemMiutt^ Bl^. 
VlrfMa BsMii, VA. f34C2 

VBS.t^,f^4/|,t/10 



OaaliadiRiMal 
ViiffaiaBaieli. 



ia miarary 
#77-^ 




flfttiaJro^itit^atB^e^ 

iNt tte adoftttefllttaiteM 
awad Utaat. Atfla Harit 
iamMbd. bf %twt» l^ia 
CbarilMaadLMaDMMtt 



ORDER OFPUBUCAtlON 
la tte aerie's Office of tte 
Circatt Cowt of tte City 
of VIrghitt Be^l, Va., m 
tte 3Qtt dqr of JMa, 1977. 
Biltr Evate Portw, 
PlMIni 



apiaal 



BittoldPwter, 



aad afBd»A teslai b«M 
aaida ted flM IbM n«k 
BoiB, a aainrai iUMi oi 
aM cMld aad ttat dM dl- 
UfMte hte bteajaed by 
or on teiatt «l ^ paU- 
ttotera to aaoaftaiattirfeteb 
eoaa ^ or cw p tt rtlM tte 

raH befar.tfeiLaaiiattaral 
puwt U. vtthaat eflKt 
Daa lte(» Jhval iWis^ 
Vtafiali laadi. Va. ft te 
tbanlH* (Marad ttet tte 
saia MeklatoaipHrte- 
fara ttte Coart vMbfa tea 
(10) diiys after p^ttarttoa 
of ttis ocdar aadJidieate 
hte/btr tfetiia teiird tte 
propaaat fc i li i iMua, dtattar- 
idM da iM te adlaiairy 
to prateet Ms tetenat ta 
ttte aadte. 

A copy Ttete: Jote V. 
FeM«n,^a«t 
By: Patti A. Iteatebm, D. 
C. 

AlH S«. a)bM«.& 

INS Vlti^atellSbMl Bank 

VUg. 

llorfalk. Vlrttete mio 

VB8-7/l.7/IS,7/tt,7/t7 It 



The ab^ of tkte salt te 
to lAftete a jttvoree a vta- 
eib wrtrtaoail trtm tte 
Mil Maidaat, 19M tte 
(Hfteada of coBtlaaoas se- 
jantftoa te mmm of om 

Aid H ^Itdaitt Mviac 
bate aateteiilQid ttet Aw 
^i|«Ke btt feeeat^wed bf 
or la teteU of tte Ck»- 

timUmmt tg MMftete ta 

irtlch MH^ or eoipora - 
tfM tte dffiindntf te, vrtth- 
Oil aflidt, tte Jart kioM 
paat flttea a d d rMS iw»h f 
MU Steadl ftreat, Vir- 
ftate Beaeb, Va. it te or- 
Mcal ttat te doqipaarbwe 
tea (M) dbya after 




da inMHayteaeeMaary 

to prated Ms teen«st to 

ttteaatt. 

A eopv-Te^: JMb V. 

faatatet 

Wft ftm A KooMtea, De- 

IteaHa fir«y^ 

tltt aireat ud Paeifle Ave 

Vtrttete Baaeb. Va. 

VB8-7/6,7/18.7/20,7/27 It 



vmaMt:. tl ftaOarffa 
OfHcd If Ite Oreitt Cairl 
(tf tta Citeaf im^itoBaacb 
M tta mkm tf »^, 



ta ra; 

AH 

By 



«f Jeaalter 



pRDQt or tmUCAflM 
M tte Clnrft'aiMeaaftte 
Orcatt eiKl of tta C^ 
«f ViiMklteMl^ VA M 
tta iMi^ of ^M, 1177. 
Mbnt Q. lada^a, 
Malatllf, 

Jo Jadalen, 



W TOMJCMWR 
ta tta Clerk's omee ^ tte 
ClTMtt Cam of the Ctty of 
Vifi^ia Bart. VA. « tte 
IM«FtfA«r, 1177. 
mBBt, 



To: 
« t/t 
107 



hit llfaal. Apt, aaM 



tai 
fC-79-«ie 



«n«Md^, 



Tte object of this suit 
te to obtete a divorce a 
vteeato oMtrtnoaii froa tte 
teadaat, apoa tte 
groaads of om yMr se- 
pantloa. 

Aad H aifldtvi 
U«bMataada«diii 
tte dafdadaat te « nut- 
aldaat of tte State of v 
fWa, tte last kaova posi 
a d irate bate|: Rovte 
1. •« $$$, CaadN, lortt 



Tte object of this suit » 
ebtate a dtvgrce a vte- 
lo aatrliMOli from tte 
id dafHdaat, ipw tte 
-jeads of a separatlM for 
HuoaeyMr 




A copy-Teste: Jote V. 
Fentress 

By: Patti A. KeeMten, De- 
puty, Clerk 
Jerone B, Frtedau 
m M ewtom RoM, MtollS 
Vfrftete Bwdi. VA. 

VBS. 7/1, 7/11,7/10,7/27 It 



ORDER OF PUBUCATlOl. 
ta me aerie's (^M ^ tte 
Clreoit CMrt of the City 
tf Vliftate Beach. Vs., on 
m list «gr of ^aa, 1977. 
Cy^^ Ante Neipteta, 



m 



Q«>ER (» PQBUCAIION 
lattdCte^'sOtllMOftte 
Cli^eaft Ctert of tte City 
of Vliili^ BMcb, Va. 00 
ilTtt tta 



iI^MM^^am, 
DnfMAut. 



Tte (AJect of thte salt 
te to oMata a tt«i»oe a 
vteeilo turtrtnxNrilftemtte 
said defMdaat, ^q^ the 
gramds fit coattnnous and 
MtatWflxpd w^ratioe 
wMtott COiaUtimM. 

Aad Ui aiMavit haviii( 
bete mdaMtAted ttat tte 
deCaaSbt % a lida-resldiBt 
of tte State itf Vlr^Oa, tte 
iMst kaern peal (^ftee add- 
rte* biUngrMletC^Hnrec- 
tioHl Center, CMopnamtor 
C-6SI70, Bos S15, JoUet, 
m.,fiOI» It te ordered ttet 
te dojQvcar tetwaitMateB 
(10) daysafterdaepiddlca- 
iioa teretrf, aad do «tet 
may te weemry to )^«teel 
hte tat«^ te thte nft. 
A eo^-Teste: Jofa V. 
FeatrMs 

By: Ptftt A. Keeaehn, De- 
pi^, a«t I 
EliS. thovtts 
1»S5 Vintada Kat'l Baak 

Norfolk, VA2Silio 

VBS-6/29, 7/8, 7/18, 7/M 

It » ' 



ORDEK of PUBUCATIOh 

ta tte aerfc's Otttee at tte 

Circuit Coart of tte mf 

of Vlrtiate Beadi, VA., aa 

tte 21st day ot Jue, 1977. 

DonM K. Pacteeo, 

Plaintiff, 

i^dn^ 

Gilbert James Pa^«K>, 

DafepdMit - 

vtacttlo anirimaiit tooattw 
said deCeadint/ «^ tte 
groMds ofoae^yMrMpara- 
tlM. 

Aad M af^tavtt te^ 
bOM made and filed ttitt tte 
deteMted te a tea-reddett 
(tf^ tte Slide of VIrfttte, 
Ote btet knoM post office 
addrew beii«: 21 B Strirt, 
BaAnn. MewlUiwMtrett 
te ordered that tedOappeir 
hare wltMn tM (10) di^s 
altar dte pHbttMttoa here- 
of, Md lb iphattaijrte ae- 
MMary to jntdact hte ta- 
terest ta tbtenlt. 
A eopy-Teste: J^ V. Fm- 
Itms 

By: Patti A. Keaiehan, De- 
poty. Cleric 
O.L. Gittert 
lilt Maritime Tower 
2SI Montteello Avenue 
P.O.BoxSalt 
Morftilk, Va. 2IS14 

VBS-«/29, 7/8, 7/11, 7/20 



iXSaSR OF PI]BUCATK»I 
ktteClefk'idlHteoftte 
Clrodt CoBt of tte Ctty 
of VUritata Ba^, VA, m 
tte Hid d^ of Jim, 1977 
^natfar Ifarte DoafhiM 
SiM«r, 

aiaiaat 

Robert Walter Slater, Jr. 

Defeadaat. 



Tte o^iecA of ttte salt te 
to' obteta a <Rvoite a vta- 
eate aatriiMall ironi tte 
said dafeadMt, i#M tte 
ptovas Of MttWnifMd 
Mpar a tten ev«r «» year. 
. Aad H aftiaivtt feavteg 
baMaadaMiiUdttrttte 
4olMtat teiteiMi^deat 
of ttettateofVbdate, tte 
test koowa post oAce add- 
rsM batef; cfi Robert W. 
Stater, St. 105 INfMr St., 
Waabteftno, ffltaote 81S71 
tt te ordaradttat te do ap- 
pear bare vUhte tH (10) 
days sfter due publication 
beraef , aad do what auy te 
aaeassary to pniaet hte in- 
terest te tbte suit 
A oepiy'tefte: Jote V. 
Featttes 

By: Patti A. Kecnehan, De- 
pnty derk. 
Almaader P. Sadtt 
IIU Marmnw Tower 



The object of this sutt 
U to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrlmonU from 
tbe said defendut, upon 
tte fn^ids of one yMr 's 
separatim. 

And M affldavtt tev- 
iof been made and filed 
ttet tte defendant is ama- 
resideat ot tte State of 
Virgtata, tte test kMwn 
post ofiice addroM teint:. 

tie Halbrook Street, Bal- 
timore, Maryland tt te or- 
dwed that ate do anMr 
here «ttU« mW^ <»m 
•Iter dae pi^^nra ten- 
ol^ Md do trtat miy be 
Bs^mry t« preset ter 
infitfHal ta ttte wtt. 
A i^-TMle: Jote V. 
PmtiMs 

By: Patti A. KeMeten,De- 
pufrr.Cterti. ^ 

MllUa R. (^)0M. Jr. 
1397liaSkte]toad 
Vir^lta Baadi, VA 

VBS-7/U,7/20,7/27,t/3 

It 



ORDER OF PUBUCATION 
to ^ OMk'i Olftea Of 
tte Cii^ntt Coaii af tte 
Ctty <tf Vlr^dt^^ Va. 
OD tte Stt day of Jii^ 1977 
Loute WiUtaa SUbaiiate. 
Jr.. ^ 
Plaintiff, 

Saadra GaU Wlmterly 

Sflbartete, 

DafendHt. 

Tte object of IMS sidtte 
to (rtitata a ^VM^Avta- 
c«l9 matrimoi^ trcM Ite 
said dateodast, opM tte 
tnMida (tf OM year M- 
partiW&ip 

And M afflitavtt tevtaf 
bate Bate aad filed ttat 
tt« MendaiR te a aoo-re- 
aldeat of ttefil^ofVir- 
i^Bii, tte tet known post 
offiea addroH b^ort ISO- 
D Aasi Drive, CoiiMia, 
Cbristi, Tens tt te or- 
dered that she 40 appMr 
hare vtthta t«:^(0) diys 
after dM pohUcattM here- 
to, and do what may te 
neceamry to prMeet ter 
tatereidtattitestft. 
A coiif-Teato: ^Jote V. 
PaotrMS 
By: Patti A. KeMChM.De- 

M25 PrlncoM Xnne Rd. 
Vlrgtata Btech, Va. 22IS8 

VBS 7/lJ,7/20,7/§W»8/» 
4t 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

ta tte aerfc's Of&e of tte 

CIrcutt Court of Jie Ctty 

of Virsiata Beach.m, m 

tte 21at dav of Jute, 1977. 

Sosaate L. llMti, 

Plaintlfl, 

afalMt 

David Joseph Ifansl, 

Tte ol4ect of ttta aat 
te to obtata a ^nmret a 
viacuto matrimonii Drota tte 
said ddeodant, apoa tte 
groaads (tf ote year 
separattan. 

And M atOdavtt tevtaf 
boM made and IM ^t 
tte tefendaidteanw-re- 
sktent of tteSti^c^- 
liala, tte last known post 
of^ce addroM b«ta|: TOSyl- 
mui Drive, ^at Greeowldi, 
Rtaide Island ttte(»der9d 
ttet te do iM>Mrb««witt- 
ta tM (10) ^s after ^e 
pabUcikttea ternof, aad do 
irttat may te neeasaur to 
I»t4eet hte tat' .-est ta this 

Mit. 

A copjr-TMte; icta V. 

FeatTMS 

By: Patti A. KeM^u, De- 

p^ aerfc; 

joIibM. a()ad 

ill EMCntlve BUg. 

Norfidk. VA 23502 

VBS.8/29, 7/6, 7/12, 7/20 
It 



ORDER OF POBUCATXW 
lttaCteri['s<Mlteeoftte 
Oreltt CWtt of tte CMp of 
VIrglite BeMi, Mtte »tt 
(tayof JaM,lim. 
Oiu-teMFay^tttattte. 
PtattlUf. 

turn LeoTteMt^Gtetaitts 



ta ttM 



He 0bm of m» sm 

te to (Obteta A ttvwee a 
lAs^te matri^^ fiiMtte 
add driMdut, ipn tte 
gnwdi of OM ^MTS^para- 

Md M tf^iM hnvtM 

^M iMte Md ^d Mi 

tte deteadaat te a aw-re- 

aidant of tte State of Vlr- 

gtete, tte last kaewB post 

office Bddreu tetet: Pourtt 

If attaUM, Hdqtrs 

••^"M, CoEoradD 

ittedoM»- 

'. r wouta tM (10) 

<ter due publiaom 

Ytetmayte 



Clwk, 



deputy 



L 



CterlMe Gustettte 
1012 W. Colonial Pkwy 
Vlittate Beach, Va. Z3IS2 

VK-7/6, 7/13, 7/20, 7/27 
It 



ORDER OF PUBLICAnON 
ta tte Clerk's Office (tf 
tte Circuit Court of the 
Ctty of Virginte Beach. Va. 
on the 5th day of July, 1971 
Roy Dean Gregory, 
PlatatUf. 
vfAnsf 

MataGr^ry, 
D^MftuM. 

Hte iM^eet of thte sutt 
te to (A^ta a dtwres a 
vteuto ntetrtnonil firam 
tte said A^Aut, ^ tte 
growds ol dewrtl(» which 
omwrred on May U, 1976 

And u al^vit tavtag 
beM Bide a^ fitedttat 
tte d^eadtet tea nM-re- 
^4mMib» StateJtf Vlr- 
^^^tte tail temm ptet 
Mttce MWiMs being: |SI3 
Tataut Court, 1^. LMte, 
MteSoart, 8S123 tt te or- 
Mred ttet ste do a|$ear 
hart vrtlhta tw (IQ) days 
aftH" ^tel)li(aitbtt here- 
of, and do i^ai may te 
MOiMteir ,te protect ter 
talari ta thte sutt. 
A «^-lWte: Jote V. 
FeotraM 

^ Patti A Keenrtan, De- 
pity, Cleric 
Wmiam H. Cotou, Jr. 
1397 LMktt Road 
VIrginta Bmdh, VA. 

VBS-7/13,7/20,7/27,8/S 
It 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

ta tte Cleric's Office of 

tte Circutt Court of tte 

Oty ttf Virgfitfa BMcb.Va 

M tte Stt day of Jtfy, 1977 

Patrick H. McUaghlta, 

PMaiiff. 

agateit 

Dorotlqr E. McUt«hlta, 

DtfendMt. 



Tte ol^ect of this suit 
Is to Mikta a divorce a 
meoM ti iStmn, to te tater 
merged ttrto a divorce a 
vtaeato aatrteumll from 
thp Mid defMdait, upon 
the, ^OMds (tf dMartloo. 



In re: Adoption of All Su- 
san Collins and for a 
change of name from Ali 
Susan Collins to Ali Susan 
Werdtftet«h 
By: AUM W. k SaiHlra 



S. WenJebaiip-- 
Petltionei 
To: Mich 

Navr, ' 



In Chancery 
#C-77-7«l 

This ^y came Alft-ed 
W. Werd^iai^ «i^ &b- 
da S. W(Hf(tetai«h. PcM- 
ttaers. ud nisreswted 
thM tte o^eet of this pro- 
ce«i^ te to ettect the 
adaption Of tte nbon aam- 
tf tataot, m biMB C^I- 
Uns, by Alfrod W. Werde- 
te^h a^SandraS. Werde- 
te^h, te^M^ uA wife, 
and dffi^vtt tevii^ been 
BSjite and filed ttet Mich- 
ael A. Colllu. a Mtanl 
parent ol said child, is a 
«»-rMbtait of tte State 
of ^itUHa» tbe test known 
post (mlee a^ress being: 
Naval Air Station, Pensa- 
cola, Florida It is there- 
tore Orctered that the said 
Midiart A. Collins ai^ar 
b^(B% thte Court within 
ten (10) diys after {wb- 
U^titm at ttis Order and 
indicate Ms attttude to- 
ward tte proposed adop- 
tion, or otterwise (to what 
is necessary to protect his 
interest ta this matter. 
A copy tMte: J<^ V. 
Feitfress, Clerk 
By: Pittl A. Keeoehan, D.C. 
Ralpb E. LawreiKe 
^te 101, Fairfield Office 
BMg. 

9211 PRINCESS Anne Road 
Virgtata Beach. VA 23462 

VBS-7/13,7/20,7/27,8/3 



Edward Delk 

305 Greater Norfolk Plasa 
555 Fenchurch Street 
Norfolk, VA. 23510 

VM7/18, 7/20, 7/^7. «/13 
4t 



ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

k tte Clerti'i Office of 

the arcttttCwrtoftheCity 

of Vtitinta BMCh, VA. , m 

the effiitoy of June, 1977. 

Frances Alladtae Cres 

^wlers, 

MaMff, 

aptast 

JanMsRay&Mlers, 

Defendant. 

The object of this sutt 
is to rt^ain a divorce a 
vinculo n«triai(»U from 
the said d^mtant. vpaa tbe 
grounds of (»e year se- 
j^raticm. 

And an afttftvit teVing 
bem mule aN filed ttet 
the defei^il^ due AU^ence 
has te« used by or In be- 
half of the C<nnplalnattt to 
aseertata ta which county 
or corporation tte defoi- 
dant is. without effect, tte 
last knom post Office add- 
reu teing: 1900 Mamtan 
RmI. Virgtata Beach, 
Virsiata. U is oniered ttet 
te tin ippmt here within 
ten (10) days after due pub- 
lication hereof, anddowtet 
may te necessary to pro- 
ten hte taterest ta this sutt. 
A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fcittress 

Byi Patti A, Keendiao, De- 
puty, Cleric. 
Rotert B. Cromwell 
Pembndce One-Suite 525' 
Virgtata Beach, VA 23462 

VBS-7/13,7/20,7/27,8/3 



'rf 






I'.; 

10 



<ffiDER OF PUBLICATION 
ta tte Clerk's Ofiice of tte 
CIrentt C(|urt of ttie.Ctt 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
ta tte Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City ^ 
of Virgttita Beach. VA., m 
" '" day olJnly, 1977. 




sMtetoftteStateofVlr- 

flpta, tte las* kaown post 

offtea addr«M bMig: ftwte 

9, Boa 08, TeuiteM,Te- 

as 79501. tt 4s ordered 

that ate do appear here 

vttUi tM (10) days after 

due iMfllca^ tere(tf , and 

do wbitf may te aeeessary 

to i»otect her taterest ta 

thte salt. 

A tepy-Teste: iota V. 

FeotteH 

By: Patti A. Kemdttn,De- 

P^, Cterfc 

Gregory A. GtordMo 

Aitte 2U ^mbitdce Three 

Bldg. 

Peabrtdce Ctffice Paric 

Virgttite Beach, VA.23462 

VBS-7/13,7/20,7/27,8/3 



raOWCAUSE ORDER 
VmitmA: tattw. Circutt 
Court of tte Ctty (tf Vir- 
gtata Baaeb Jaly 1, 1977. 
RE: Artta^ Payte 
Deeeasad 

CPMSII 
tt ^taaarttg ttat a re- 
port of OM awoints of Vir- 
gtata MiAlonal B^. Exe- 
MfaH' (tf M MAtte M Ar- 
fis J. Hju, (leeMiHl,and 
of tte dMM and i^MMuate 
antast Ite estate bM bete 



filed ta tte Cterfc'8(MHce, 
aad ttatirizaMttebMeta- 
paad Mmo tte q||lifi(a- 
itoa, (Ml boOm of the &ie- 
cator. 

rriSCADERED ttet tte 
cradtti^ 0^ M^ aliONton 
Waraitod: to. m eMte ito 
show mm, if asy tt^ 
MB, M 10:00 a.m. (ft ^^^ 
22ad (tf July, im, Mon 
thte C(Mrt at ^ cmtiten 
ai^ybttt ttipi^MlttMd(te> 
Uvary of tte Mtate to ttw 
la^M wttbort req^ri^ 



Btelamta L. Brook, 

Platatlff, 

against 

Cydte M. Bnxft, 

l^fendant. 

The object of thte sutt 
te to cMaia a divorce a 
menM et ttero to te sub- 
sexpsatij merged tato a 
divorce a vtaculo matri- 
moiUi from tte said de- 
feteant. upon the grounds 
of desertion. 

AiA M affidavit tevlng 
bete made and filed ttet 
tte defwutant (to dl%«Ke 
hM beM used by or ta te- 
balf of the ($rni|daiMnt toi 

ascertata ta which cooi^ 

or (»rporati(m tte defen- 
(tant te, w^Kwt dGTeet, tte 
last taMWB post (tfttce add- 
ress teil^: 37it9 East 
OcMn View Awnue, Nw- 
tolk, VA tt is ordered that 
she do sHimr tere witbta 
tM (10) days idKerduepidb- 
licatlon hereof, anddowtet 
may te necesMnr to pro- 
tect her f^erest in this 
sutt. 

A ^{gr-Teste: Jote V. 
Fortress 

By: Patti A. Ke^^ian, De- 
puty, Cleric 
Kdterg ft Cb^ress 
533 Newton ItoM, Suite 
101 
Virgtata Bea^h. V. 23462 

VBS-7/13,7/aJ,7/27,8/3 



apdtet 11 

Walter H. Jordan, 
Defendant. 

The object of ttis suit 
is to (^tata a divorce a 
vtaculo matrimonii from 
tte said defendant, upon tte 
groMds of tte parties tev- / 
ing lived separate and apart 
for more than one (1) year ' 
conttauous ami witteut co- 
tebitation. 

And an affidavit teving 
teen made and filed ttet tte 
defendant's test known post 
office address is 1073 G. 
P(^r Street, Chesapeake, 
Virgtata. ami ttet due dil- 
igence tes been used by 
and on tehalf ti tte plata- 
tlff to ascertata ta wtet 
county or corporation tte 
d^enknt is. without ef- 
fect, tt is ordered ttet he 
do appMr here withta ten 
(10) (tays atter due publica- 
tion hereof, anl do wtet 
may te necessary to pro- 
tect Us IMSerest ta this suit. 
A (^qy-Teste: John V. 
F^r«ss 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, De- 
puty. Clerk 
Sttuirf L. Nachman 
1116 Itaited Vit^a 
Norfolk, VA 23514 

VK 7/13, 7/20, 7/27, 8/3 



/ 



IT tSraRHKRCRDER- 
ED that tte imp^por- 
ttoa (tf ttte mitt te 
p^sbiMNM a w^tnr 
twi ^^aaslM weMs ta 
n» VtagMa BMCb tei, a 
aavM^v pM^Aed ta tte 
C^ itf Vitiate BM4tt, 
Vlq^. 

A eoff t«M: J<Aa V. 
FMtr^, Cteric 
^: J. CirtB Fratt, D.C. 
t^tuema: 
^^m %. MifMi f*- 

VtartM BsMtt. Vbitete 



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visftiwiiirtt 



MM. « tte M Ay ^ 
tm, 1977. 



ORDER OF PUBUCATKJN 
tatteClerit'sC^eecrftte 
Cireatt C«rt rt tte City 

rt V^giata takch. Va., <» 

^Wutey of Jtfy, mr. 

Rlchani aatM, 

Ptairtitt, 

acatast < 

KattleM M^tata ^tm, 

DefM(tart. 

Tte (M4«t of Ms suit 
te to obtata a dirarce a 
vlM^ mirti1tau»tt fi-om 
tte saM dtfMitart , upM tte 
grounds of separatiM tor 
mora thu oaa yMr. 

Aad H affidavit tevii« 
boM made and filed Uat tte 
defendant te anon-resident 
M tte SM» (tf Vir^te, 
tte kM teowtt jK)^ (Mu 
aMnMS Mag: ^ L^^ 
ftKNl. ^»M. Mrtt Ctro- 
Um tt te A^erad ttat^ 



do ^pMr tere Mttta tM 
(10) ^s ^tr ^* ^b- 
Mtt^ terM, i^dowtet 
«*• »» ne^M^ to pro* 
i«r i^nwt ta thta 

••ui, 

tmmm 

Bf. Aitti A. Mm^. De- 

My, CI«* 



ORDER OF PUBLICATK)N 

ta tte Clerk's Office of tte 

Circuit Court of tte City 

of Virgiito Beachi Va^^'On 

tte 6tt <tay. of July. 1977. 

William RwutU I^pui, 

Ptatatiff, 

against 

St^any Ana Hurt I^i^an 

DefeMlaat. 

Tte (Aiject ot this suit 
ta to (4>tata a divorce a 
meoM rt ttero from tte 
said (Mnikrt, qm tte 
gn^Mi^ desertion. 

Ate M affi(tavj^ teving 
bMtt ffli^ atefiMttattte 
dtftaMtant is a wM^rMidMt 
of tte Aate of Viit^i^, tt» 
tart kanm pi^ (MmtM- 
nu> baitf; Vast omtm^x 
W2, te^H-svUle, GMifte 
tlOit tt .ta ordend ttrt 
^•<to appear heratrtttn 
tM (10) diqrs liter (to^to- 
UnttMteivtf, andteitet 
UMy te ^«esMry to pn- 
Mt Mr Mir^t ta this 
sutt. 

A c^F-Teste: JiAn V. 
FertrMs 

By: fm A. KeeBrtun, Dt- 
pitf, Ctark 
IMteelA. ttman 
^t 211, pMibroke Fmt 

a3i#2 

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Vttfiait Bttcfc tua, Inly to. IW . b-T 

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Virginia Beach Public Notices 



omm roR puBLicATtoN 

or WMMONS OR 

CITATION 

Sartor Court of California 

CamAj a Oraj^e 

FHWJuIyl, im 

fiotert UicHel Duffy 

Prtttiwtr and 

Vtda INaM IMtfy 

RccpMHlmt 

Cast Number 
D 11-15-02 

Upon readi^ aal fil- 
ing evidence c(nsistii% of « 
declaration as provided iu 
Section 415.50 CCP by am 
it satisftctorily appeanLng 
therefrom t^t tbe respM- 
dent Vida INMe ^fy can- 
not be servM witk reasoa- 
aMe dU^eace^ in any other 
maaaer speelfled in article 
3, Chapter 4, Title 5 of the 
Code of Ciwl Procedure, 
aad it aim a^peai^ trom 
tiK veritt^ kiOiR|itelat or 
pettttw that i pxMl oiase 
of tcUm exists in this ac- 
tlttt eiitts In this action 
ia lawH- of the plaintiff, 
petitioner, or citee there- 
in awi a^iast the defen- 
datt, respondent, or citee 
ami that the said defendant 
i^spMdent. or d^ is a 
ae<»ss«ry and pn^r party 
to m actiOB or thift the party 
to be served tea or claims 
u interest in r^l or per- 
soml property in this state 
that is subject to the jurls- 
(ttefUNi of tK Court or the 
nltef Ammted in the ac- 
tion consists wholly or in 
part in eicladtflK swsh party 
tnm aay interest la such 
property; NOW. on motion 
of THOMAS IfUNGARI 



A«orney(s;forthePeii 
•r IT IS ORDERED mai 
the service of said sum- 
mons or citation in this ac- 
tion be made upon said de- 
, fendant, respondent, or cu- 
te by publication thereof in 
The Sun Newspaper, 128 
Rosemont, Virginia Beach, 
Va., a newspaper of gener- 
al circulation published at 
Virginia Bch, Va. hereby 
designated as the newspap- 
er most likely to give no- 
tice to said defendant; that 
said publicatibo be made 
at least once a weei( for four 
succNSive w«cks. 

IT IS FORTHER ORDER- 
ED that a copy of s?id sum- 
mons or citation and of said 
comidalnt or petition in this 
actiM be fwtbwith depu- 
ted is the UaiM ^tes JNist 
(Metf pdM-pK^, directed 
to aald d^ttdaat, respoa- 
daat, or citee if his add- 
ress is ascerteiaed b«tore 
ei^ittloa (li m time pre- 
scribad An- tte publicatioa 
of this summMs or cita- 
tion and a declaraticm «l 
this maUing or of tke faet 
that tte adib^s mis not 
ascerteimd b^ iiled at fhe 
expiiatlM (i the tinse pre- 
setibed for tbe poUica - 
ttoo. 

WUliam E. St. John, 
Cowty Clerk 

Byroa K. MclliUaa 

Judge of th«Sitperior Court 

Thomas Maagari 

AtterMyalLaw 

17^1 Irviae Blvd. Suite 414 

Ttatin, CaUfbniia 926«0 

VBS-7/20,7/27,8/3,8/10 

4t 



.tOTICE OF PUBUCHEARInG 

The Virginia Beach Board of Zoning Appeals will conduct 

a Public Hearing on Wednesday, August 3, 1977, at 

7;30 P.M. in the Circuit Court Room #6, City Hall, 

Virginia Beach, Virgini.i Thi- f(,iiiiwin<x applications will 

appear on the agenda 

RTOULAR AGENDA; ^ 

1. Ramon W. Breeden, Jr. requests a vu'taace&uUol^ 
larlcii^ in the required 15 foot frort yard setbacdc from 
Laskin Road when pr^iblted mi to waive tl» i^}ulred 
lanlscaping in this setback on 20.47 acres, more or 
less, finnUng oa the nortliera rl^t of way of La^n 
R(wl, Polnt-0- Woods Am, 2025 l^sWa Rbad. Lyaa- 
Uwa Boroi%h. 

2. if^ MeAias, Contract Owner, requests a variance 
(rf to ^t to a IS fo<rt setback fi^.^ir Rail Aveaae 
iBatMd at 15 feet as reqtdred aad4#iUdwpt:^UyigiB 
this required seteack where prtriiiblted and to waive 
the raqp*^ laadsci^inc ih this setbuik on 2.512 acres, 
on the ^rathMSt comer of Bayside Rdid and Air Rail 
Avenue, A]tl»rt Iwiastrttt Paric, ^y si^e lUnd and Air 
Rail Avenue. BaySld# BOroogh. 

3. Marie Treesh i^esfts a variaace of 3 feet to a 2 
foot side yard setback iastead of 5 feet as reouirad 
(east side) and of 8 feet to a 2 foot side yard s^ck 
instMd of 10 feet as required (wwt side) oa Lot 29, 
Block 8, Cbesap^ke I^rk, Ocraa View Aveaue. Bay- 
side Borough. 

4. Howard A. MMdeIS(Aa requests a variuce of 20 
feet to a 30 foot froat yard setback iaatead a SO^feet 
as required of Lot 20, tract C, Seet^ K Sudbric^e 
Beatib,^ SUMttiddler RolKi. Priacess Aiae Boroi«h. 

5. Pim Hut Pnverty UaBi«UDeirt% 6eorge F. Hog-' 
prd, Agent, requests a variance of lO larking spaces 
to 18 pirtiag spaces lasted of 28 parking spaces as 
required Of Lots 19 aad 21, Block 42, Plat No. 2, Vir- 
gida BMcb, aortheast comer of Pacific Avenue aad 20tb 
Street. Viri^ Braeh Borou^. 

6. Jay E. Baaaon requests a variame of 1 foot to a 4 
foot skle yard setback instead of 5 ftoet as re<piired 
fstariway-Mst side) on UA 20. Block 8, Ubermeer, 
217 57th Street. Lynnbavra Borough. 

7. Jolm A. Gibsoa requests a rarlaace to allow the park- 
iag of major recroitional e^piipment ia froat of a build- 
big instMd of behind the nearest portion of a build- 
ing adiaceot to a public street on Lot 7, Block D, 
Site 1, Level Gr^en, 1012 Level Green Boulevard. 
Kerapsville Borough. 



AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND CHAPTER 13, SECTIONS 13-1 
AND 13-2 OF THE CODE OF THE CITY OF VIRGINU BEACH, 
raCWIA AND TO PRESCRIBE ELECTION DISTRICTS AND 
VOTOIG PLACES WITHIN THE CITY OF VIRGINU BEACH. 

BE rr ORDAWED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF VIR- 

GniU BEACH, VIRGINIA: 

Vm Sectkm 13-1 and 13-2 

Beach, Viifiaia are hereby 

atJiUows: 



U the Code of the City of Viigiaia 
amended and reonkined to read 




; pUM»i, 88 set fo^ b^ow 



i.-Ji-'-^aii, 



BOROUGH 



Virginia Beach 



Lynnhaven 



Bayside 



Kemps vlUe 



Prli^mi Anne 



PlMV» 



Blackanter 



ELECTION DISTRICT 



Virginia Beach - A 
Virginia Brach - B 

Virginia Beach - C 

Lii^hom 

Se*tat;k 

Ocrana 

Uttte Neck 
Loadon Bridge 

Traatwood 

GrMt Neck 

CttpoHmstj 

Plau 

WiiKbKtr Wootte 

MaUbu 
Arag(»a- A 

Aragwa - B 
Chesapeake Beach 

libroughgood 
Sheltw Parte 

Ba^de 
DiaTit Comer 

Kempsville 

Arrowhead 

Lark^ur 

Woodstock 

KemjsLand^ 
Kem^vUle H^h 
Thalia 
Uomt Trashawe 

CouilbOBse - A 
Coorttloise- B 

Brodks Bri(%e 

Cre«ls 

CanisSte^ 

aUf^ntfer 

fit^feai AlMwatee Voter 

ElecttM District 



VOTING PLACES 



40Ui Street and Pacific Ave. 
Virginia Beach Junior High 
School 

Cotriie Elem«rtary School 
Linkbora Eleinanary School 
Seatack Volunteer Fire De- 
partment 

KUi^ <d Columbus Hall 
23S First Colonial Road 
Kingston Elemeotery School 
London Bridge Baptist 
Church 

Trairtwood Elementary 
Scboiri 
Jcrin B. Dey Elemmtary 

itesiMrcb and Ealigfateameat 

Bitid^ 

Lyn^ven Elementary 

School 

Wiodsor Woods Elementary 

School 

MaUbu Elementary School 

Old Omatlra Eiemmi^ry 

School 

Mt^m Elemeatai7 School 

uieiM>nke Beach Vol- 

u^r Fire Departmeat 

Thoroaghgood Elementary 

StSatA 

St^tOB Part Elementary 

School 

Ba]wide Elemestary School 

Bettie F. Williams 

Elemmtary Sdiool 

Potat of View Elemeatary 

^o(d 

AiTowhead Elemortan 

SehodP' 

Kempsville Mradows 

neOMtary fohooi 

Woodstock Elemwtary 

Mbort' 

Kenipe Landtag Setexd 

KegipivflleB^b School 

T^Ota El^ti^kry Scteol 

Uwsi Trashmore Visitors 

CMer 

HidlaBd Elemtttary Sctool 

CtwfttMse Volunteer Fire 

Station 

Barnes Ston 

BbHtoa's Groeei^ ^re 

Cny^r V(dnrteer Fire I^- 

portmMt 

Pletsaat Ri(^e Baiter 

Btadmater fin mtsm 
City HaU, Circuit Court, 
Romii 



B. Mr. aad Mrs. John W. Getrige request a variance of 
2 feet in fence height to a 6 foot fence instewl of 4 
feet as allowed in a side yard adjacent to a street (For- 
est Glen Road) on Lots 19, 20 and 21, Block 25, Pecan 
Gartens, 3624 Forest Glen Road. Princess Anne Bor- 



9. M. L. Acheal»ch requests a varia^e to allow 
parklq( of mapr recreational equipment in frcmt of 
a building iastead oi behind the nearest portion of a 
buUding jidjacent to a pubUc street on Lot 20, Block 
22, SectiMi 4, Pembroke Manor, 405 Betsy Ross Road 
Bayside BorcHigh. 

10. Harold E. and MarUyn J. Seligson by Donald H. 
Rhodes, Attorney, requests a variance of 5 feet to a 5 
foot rear yard setlMck instead of 10 feet as required 
of Lot 11, Block Q, Section 8, Part 2, Fairfield. 709 
Rolo Lane. Kemps vUle Borough. 

11. BlUie G. Fraser and Edward F. Lewis by Grover 
C. Wright, Attorney, request a variance of 5 parking 
spaces to "0" parking spaces instead of 5 parking 
spaces as required (eqansion ot^restaurant) on a 50 
foot by 140 foot lot, southeast comeV of 17th Street and 
Pacific Avenue, 225 17th Streetjirginia Beach Bor- 
ough. 

12. Jerry M. Williams reqiKkts a variance of 12 
feet to a 38 foot front yank setback instead of 50 
feet as required of Lot 6, Dam Mck,A838 Dwyer Road 
Princess Anne Borough. #- ^ 

13. Charles Vei|!et requests a valance to allow park- 
iag of major recreational equipment in front of a build- 
ing instead of behind the nearest porticto of a build- 
ing adjacrat to a public street on Lot 19, Block 2 Sec- 
uon 2, Point-0-View, 124 South Parliament Drive 
Kempsville Borough. 

14. James M. Campbell requests a variance to allow 
parUng of major recreational equipment in front of a 
building iastead of behiad the aearest portion of a buUd- 
ing adjacent to a public street on Lot 10. Block 1 
Section 1, Princess Anne Plaza, 165 S. Plaza Trail. 
Lynnhaven Boroiirh 

15. Louis J. Skomsky requests a variaace of 2 feet ia 
feace height to a 6 foot feace instead (rf a 4 foot fence 
as allowed ia a required front yart setback and a side 
yard adjacent to a street on Lot 6, Block A, Section 1 
Trant Berkshire, 1096 Five Point Road. Lynnhaven 
Boroi«h. 

16. Herbert B. and Christine L. Covell request a var- 
iance to allow parking of major recreational equipment 
in front of a build^ instead of behind the nearest 
portion of a building uljacent to a public street on Lot 
32, Block 2, Windsor Woods, 3916 Waterside Court. 
Kempsville Boroi^h. 

17. Gulf Oil Co. U.S. by P. W. Weddiagton requests a 
variaace of 32 feet to a 3 foot setback instead of 35 
feet as required from Military Highway and of 25 feet 
to a 10 foot setback iastead of 35 feet as required 
from Indian River Road (pump island canopies) on a 

18. Andrew M. Faughnaa requests a variance to allow 
parking of aiajor recreational equipment in front of a 
bulldiiv instead of behiad the aearest portion of a build- 
ing 8djac«it to a public street on Lot 21, Block 15, 
Section 12, Aragona Village, 553 Brian Avenue. Bay- 
side Borough. 

19. Thomas Lyons requests a variance of 7.5 feet to a 
7.5 foot side yard adjacent to a street (54th Street) 
instead of 15 feet as required of Lot 5, soudi 34 feet 
of Lot 4, Block 4, Ubermeer, 103 54th Street. Lyan- 
haven Borough. 

20. D, 0. J(mes requests a variance to allow parkii^ 
of major recr«itional equipment In front of building 
instead of behind the nearest portion of a building 
adjacent to a public street oa Lot 8, Block 15, Section 
8, Aragona Village, 4749 Sullivan Boulevard. Bayside 
Borough. 

ALL APPLICANTS MUST APPEAR BEFORE THE 

BOARD. 

W.L. TOWERS, SECRETARY 

VBS-7.'J3.7/20 - 2t 



SectiM 13-2: 
trtete is Mt 
MIMitid m 



Tte geograi^lcal iMUMhrles at tM electa m- 
mih tv Sectton 13-i are teNiy MMltted as 
a eertate map prepared by the i^todng itaff of 
the City of Virgipu B«ach and captioned 'Election Districts," 
which map is hereby approved. 

The Clerk o^ ncil shall endorse on the aforesaid map 

thp <lste nf C.c proval thereof aad file the original map 

v< :s day's meeting aad shall cause exact 

coK.t<> !.<•,. ..^x. .V. .y<L »i^ with the Geaeral Registrar of the City 
of Virginia Beach, the Clerk of the Circuit Court and the Ptaanlog 
Department 

a from the (tate ctf its adoirtton. 




NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARDW 

Virglaia: 

The r^ukr meeting of the Council of the City of 

Virginta Beach will be held in the Council Chambers of 

the Admlnistratitm Building, City Hall, Princess Anne 

&Atioa, Virgiata B«ich, Virginia on Monday, August 

8, 1977, at 1:00 P.M., at which time the following ap- 

plieations wUl be hrard: 

CHANGE OF ZONING DISTRICT CLASSIFICATION: 

KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH: 

1. Petition of Sun Stream Park for a Change of Zoning 
District Classificatimi from R-8 Residential District to 
B-2 Commuaity-Busiaess District on certain property 
located on the West side of Princess Anne Road l^in- 
aiag at a poiat 3740 feet South of Lynabavea Parkway, 
raaaiag a distaace of 777.81 feet along the West side 
of Princess Anne Road, running a distance of 780 feet 
along tee Northern property line, running a distance of 
105 feet ia a Southerly direction, running around a curve 
in a Smithwesterly direction a distance of 670 feet, 
running a distance of 185 feet in a Southerly directi(m, 
nmnteg a distaace of 310 feet in an Easterly direction, 
RBUl^ a distaace of 303.21 feet in a Northerly direc- 
tion and ruimiag a distance oi 1360.64 feet along the 
Southern pn^er^ line. Said parcel contains 16.9 acres. 
KEMPSVILLE B^OUGH. 

2. P^ltlon of Lyle T. and Mary E. Smith for a Chaise 
(tf Zmiag Di^rict Classificati(» from R-5 Resklential 
District to R-8 R^ideatul District on certain property 
tocated oo the West side of Salem R(»d beginnii^ at a 
poi^ 2640 teet North of Elbow Road, running a distance 
Of 97.72 fe^ al(^ the West side of Salem Road, run- 
ning a distaace of 700 feet more or less along the 
Northern pnqierty Itae, ruaaiq; a distance of 97.37 
feet al(ng tte Western prqierty line and running a dis- 
tance of 700.33 fe^ $H(mg the &wtbern property line. 
Said parcel m^aias 1.766 acres more or less. KEMPS- 
VILLE BOROUGH. 

LYlQfHAVEN BOM>WiH: 

3. PMtlM <^ BoMie-NoeU Eaterprises, lac , fta- a 
Ctaage of ZaoiBg District Classification from R-6 
ResliliMtal District to B-2 Community -Business Dis- 
trict at certain pr(^rty located on the East side of 
North Grwt Neck Read beglMiag at a poiat 560 feet 
moro or less North of Vir^ata Beach ^Mlevmid, rva- 
tf^ a ittstaace of 390 f^ more or l^s alMg tte East 
sMa of North Gr«it Nef^ RMd, rvmim a distaw^ 
o| fl.Sl fei^ alMg tto Northern pn^rty IIm, rwml^ 
a M^uee 9t 434.31 teet alMg the Eastern prc^rty 
Itae nd n^dag a distance of 91.71 feet al(M% tte Soutb- 
em p'^ierty line. Said iwrcel contains .77 atre more 
or less. (Point Woods Area). LYNNHAVEN BC«OTOH. 

4. MWm at Marjorle H. Jard tor a Ctexe ol Zonte 
pi^M«li«llaM«i from A-4 Residi^ Dtat^to 
ri y*» W^ « wi^Jn IMtvM^ tooitad 15 
mwm of FI« Wlortal Nad b^^ at !p,m 
If fttt mwe or less North (rf^^Wolfsntre Road, ruudi« 
a dirtaiwe of 54.39 feet along the Eastern pi^^ 
Ite, ruming a distance of 147,68 feet along the ^rth- 
ff ra?**' *^' "«»*^ • ««M» of 10.75 feet aloH 

mm, BJwm ^oMBMS 
mm tf M.14 f«M ta a 
parctf ^Btalu .17 acre 
KMICWGH 



^^UMMdrwij^a^ 

">^ tfrcctton. fisM 

tMn or less LYNNHAVEN 



PRINCESS ANNE BCOtOlAQH: 

5. PetitiM of Grier JtAasim for a Cittnge at Zoaiag 
District Classiflci^ti« from A-1 Apartmeat Wstrict 
to f-1 Li^ laAtatrtal District m (%rtala property 
located on the mrm Me of HoUaad^ Itead bagin^ ^ 
a point 1220 feet more or less East (4 RMemort Road, 
running a dtstaaee of 70 feet aloi« tte Nortb stale <a tM- 
land Road, running a dlstamse oi 394.41 feet alo^ the 
Eastern prqierty line, nunii^ a distam% of 70 fM 
aloi% the Northera^rqperty line and ru^^ a distance 
of 394 feet al(wg ttielTeitera property line. Said parcel 
Gontrins 0.6 acre. PRINCES ANNE BCHK)UGH. 

6. Petitim of Grter Johnson for a Cfe^e (tf Zooiw 
District Classification trcm A-1 Apartncort District to 
0-1 Office District oa certato pn^ierty tocated oa tee 
North side of Holland Road, begtani^ at a point nO 
feet more or less East of Rosemrat Road, run^ng a 
distance of 282 feet akmg the Norte sideof Hiritaad Road 
runaii« a dii^nce of 245 feet along tee Eastern in-operty 
line, rumteg a distance of 275 feet along the Northern 
px>perty line and running a distance of 190 feet aloi« 
the Western ^rtqierty line. Said parcel cmtaias 1.6 
acrM. PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 

7. Petition of Gri$r Johason for a Chai«e of Zoning 
District Ctassification from A-1 Apartment District to 
A-2 Apartment District on certain property located on 
the North side of Holland Road beginnii« at a point 
920 feet more or less East of Rosemont Road, runniix 
a dtatance of 672.88 feet atong tee Souteera property 
line (rf which 60 feet is tee North side of Holland Road 
running a distance of 596.76 feet along tee Eastern pro-' 
perty line, numii^ a distance of 787.74 feet aloi« the 
Nortesro property line and running a distance of 679 22 
feet atoi« the WMtera |Ht>perty line. Said parcel con- 
tains 10.2 acres. PRINCES ANNE BOROUGH. 

8. Petition pf Rute H. Cohen, Bernard KroU ami Albert 
A. Kroll for a Change of Zoning District Classificatton 
tnm A-1 Apartment District to B-2 Community-Busi- 
ness District dn certain property located on the East 
side of Lyimhaven Parkway beginnii^ at a ptrint 560.93 
feet Norte of Holland Road, ruimiag a distance of 811.50 
feet along the Eiast side of Lynnhaven Paricway, ronniw 
a distance of 405.50 feet alm^ the Northern iRnperty 
line, runaiag a distaace of 787.89 feet along tee Eastern 
pn^rty liae and runaiag a distance of 322.82 fe^ aloag 
tee Souteem pnqierty line. Said paroel craitaias 6.9 
acres more or less. (Scarborough Square Area). PRIN- 
CESS ANNE BOROUGH. ^ 

9. PetitloB at Rute H. Cohea, Bernard Kroll and Albert 
A. KroU ftM- a Chaage ot Zoaiag District ClasslfioitioB 
from A-1 Apartment District to B-2 Commuaity-Business 
District 00 paroels located on the East side of HoUaod 
Road, Soute of Lynnhaven Parkway. 

Parcel 1: Beginning at a point 435 feet mOTecH-less 
Soute of Lynnhavea Parkway, running a distance of 
80.91 feet along tee East side of Holtand Road, running 
a distance of 249.42 feet along tee Soateera prqierty 
liae aad ruimiag a distaace of 199 feet along the North- 
era property line. Said parcel is irregular u stupe 
and contains 0.3 acre. 

Pared 2: Beginning at the Northeast corner of Holland 
Road and Wtfrwick Drive, rtumii« a distance of 191.70 

'"^ irlrrifliiiiiliiiWfi ^ HoUa«k>Mte«A^nMiM«'a 
^"^Wy^l^rJtiP'll JSKi^^ T^o^Bheriy -iMreotioa. i«^ 
' Blag s dismei of Wt ftet In a Southeasterly direction, 
running a distance c^ 260 feet aloag tee Eastern wo- 
perty line and ronning,! distance of 545 feet aloi« the 
North side of Warwick Drive. Said paroel contains 
4.6 acres. 

Parcel 3: Beginning at tee Souteeast comer of HoUand 
Road and Wardek Drive, running a distance of 270 
feet along the lEast side of HoUaod Road, runniiv a 
distance of 510 feet along the Srathjn property line, 
naming a distaiice (tf 220 feet along the Eastem property 
Une and running a distance of 510 f^ alcmg the Soote 
side of Warwidi Drive. Said parcel contains 2.9 acrm 



Ptata wite more detailed informatitti are available to 
tee Dmartment of PUnning. (Scarborough Square Area). 
PRINCESS ANNE BOROtJGll. 
BAYSn)E BOROUGH: 

10. Petition of Annie Lee Lewis for a Chaise of Zooiag 
District Ckssificatiai from R-6 Residential District to 
B-2 Communi^-Bu^lness District on certato property 
locat«l at tee 'Northeast corner of Newtown Road and 

*C«mie Lane, mnnincr ia distance of 311.83 feet aloig 
tee Norte side ofCraale Lane, running a distance of 
76.3 feet along tee Eastem property Une, runniiv n 
distance of 293.8 feet along tee Northem property 
Une and running a distance of 77 feet along the East 
side of Newtovm ROad. Said parcel contains 0.532 
acre. n^mStme Farm Area). BAYSIDE ]K)ROUGH. 

11. Pentioh of Cassius M. Ring, AUeen King, aad Bruce 
Buckner for a Change of Zoning District Ctassification 
from B-3 Central-Business District to B-2 Community- 
Bustoess IHstrict on certain property located on the 
North side of Vii^finta Beach Boulevart beginnii« at a 
point 495.70 feet Last of Constitution Drive, running a 
distance of 75 feet along tee North side of Virginta 
Beach Boulevard, running a distance of 211.74 feet along 
tee Eastera property Ui%, running a distaace of 75 
feet along tee Northern prq>erty Uae and ruiming a 
distance of 211.74 feet almig Um Western pnqierty 
Une. &id paroel contains 0.364 acre. BAYSIDE BOR- 
OUGH. 

U. PetlthM of Pettbrt&e Meadows Assoctatloa tor a 
Ctenge of Zonf^ Di^ct Classificatira from A-1 
Apartnort Ustrict to B-2 Community-Bustoess Dis- 
trict 00 certato pn^rty located at tee Northwest cor- 
ner of Ind^endHice Boulevard and Norte Witchduck 
Road, naming a distance of 319.20 feet along the West 
side of Indi^eodence Boulevard, running a distuKe 
of 227.68 feet al(»g tee Norteera property Une, nmid]^ 
a distance of 28 feet in a Southerly direction, rraaiag 
a distsMe of 71.02 feet tea Westerly dlrectiim, run- 
aiag a distaace of 250 feet aloag tee Western {roperty 
liM, raaii^ a distaace of 234.50 fe^ aloag the Norte 
side <A NorteWitehdudc Road and ruanii^ arooada curve 
a ttstaace tf 44.68 feet. Said parcel coBtaias 2.023 
aa*s: BAT^DE BOROUGH. 

cowimorALiisE permit: 

BAYSIDE BOROUGH: 

13. Ap^catioo of Oc«m Park BapUst Church for a 
Ccndtttoaal Use PermU for a church m certain property 
loci^id at the Northwest iateraection of Unirtddto Road 
and IMftiA Cirete, ruraiag a dtatuce of 114.54 feet 
almg tte West sM ir IMawlddle Ih»d, rumii« a itts- 
twtf «« Uf |i^ atoag tte Norttem i»«perty Uae, 
rvMtag a^^dMBMA tf i;r.M feet ab»g tte Western 
IHtipM^ llM, rmum a ^stance of 201.7? feet atoi« 
tee ^rteNude M Dw^ Ctrele and nm^ aroaid a 
mnn t Smm m St.TI fe^. Safcl pared cBHum 
.S9 acrt. Mf^^ ^WOtRlH. 
PUMGOWWMGH: 

14. Ap^ttatte tf MuMdy Creek Hi^ Qrib tor a'Con- 
dittonl U^^^oiitt to erect a boat Wkm m^t^bt 

bagMBf gl C|M|I i^Mt^awe w 1ms SmM tf Plea- 

tee ttriHM* tf ito^^a^ Roiri. ruii«««Mta^a 
of m MM more or 1ms Wm tte Bemmtmw^ 
l^, ttti^ a'iistanee of 167 fetf aiM« «• tow ritag 
tee IMMfn property line a«d nnAi • iUmmwtU 
totf mm a less ato« tte NMtfim H^vMHto Itoe. 
te^M^^lMatas ^mmn*im:mm^m toss. 

UiAMi <.^MN«^ C^ Ctek 



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n^UmLAH FEATURE 



FREE BEES 

If yw Iww % .^ ^M t «r •tytttig JTM «Mt l» ri*« avtj, «• wiU na >»« <:im,« 
M Ml rtnI Wi ^ mm. Tm. itaf ■ licM. «i'U rm yost ad tB Mr pov«Ur FREE 
» — IIM. TWi i« t piMlc MTfie* prwMH fey jmr tottttowa cemnyalty ■§»■• 



Ul«4 
MI 



Mm. 




N«|M M» irtU prMHi m ^w ImU i»r 
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ntMaH itfn« «», |trt 
^«iiM aid ^aS-i-ree. 
fm^wmiUMt. ?«rjr 
MSMfe MMtovttK, nnt 

KFrtlXS - BwMtel U^ 
uiiMt». frMte mid 
tea*. Gatt 9«-mo or 



AtTBrrKWURjptatrial 
Md coastn^n flnMi 
tt«« laidtai ot aU aerap 
M«Md MM MUw 111 te 
«Md lor tta lUiMaa of 
DMNr UnihMaM. 'M- 



»rg»i>i 



ONE VAT to nte t ^m 
km AMmea ttMiaefr 
eatt: di%M^iSM&]i 
fiad QMS ttt fwty yiw'M 
ealitai IM atadl-fraa(M9) 





Pre - iMd 
WGH Maalcaatcr terrtta 
top dolln' Mid, JB kMtrs 
uuvared. Hr. land, lie 
Ftnidal*, Viakor. Oo 
tarlo, Canada. 



V-fTHlkt* 



mXATURi WIRE HAIR 
GMMfawt-malt, tree to 
ioad Imta. Mh«l«. 



FBB-fart 

k«d,ftM«tli«M«Mda. 

teafaNd. cm <M-mi 



KirlriM » Vary 
Qmt Mte 
«5*. ' 



araa. Itt 



GRAY 



nTTEN -rraato 
S ttonOs old. 
4lt<7fl09. 



fKB 



tua 



kr BttmML 

nit 9t m-9m 



«M.Ea< • 



FREE 


- IMe dof , 9ait 


PMte. 


• MaHHaCEa- 


e^Nt 


«ilk ekydna aad 


iMaat 


mfeaa. Ftaa tea 


F>«i*Mt.C,UHi-M31 



iUPras - FREE • vka 
oa, 9ut kff coUto. lart 
apMs. Call 4M-«il aaf - 



FREE KITTEilS aad vtta 
to a food kONM. CaU 4H- 



irrtEMs, 2 



^wnVT: Call ^.4»2, 




.la iwia. aiaa at 
pe^M, alter i-M p.a. 



MM. 



FREE - T«" <>its. Oaaia 
a s<^d btuwk taaiaif . spay- 
ad, (^r i» a t<dW v^Ute 
aale, awRared. BoU eata 
are Tery liotle. Glvia| a- 
way MeaQM af aBcr^s. 
Need very lovU| tome, 
oMer oMDle prl^rrad. 
Can $d7-Hp aftn- S>ai. 



nOS-iki. akaa Itoaad. 
< BOf. m Mda. VOT 
■liKWaMa, low ddi • 
(Ml frae IB t goodkMM. 
cafidM-im. 



TWO DOdS-ftit UOTflua 
*H H ard , • aMoHMi aid. 
I Mia Md I fm^. FREE 
to a iDod iMMa, Cali Mt- 



DOG - tm fentlv^ pat 
Hntu, AiM«M Mlfr, 1 
yr. aid. Praa tofood feooia. 

GERMAN 
COIIte 

feona. 



SBfiMIEiH} and 
ma,FrM to a food 



CAra - two l^ek - ttitv 
imM Ittt to ^ aa pair 

cm m-na. '^ 

BE TMME vkaa ttMlnara 
nfea m Frat Mhs' taro- 
^va tolla yOH ateMt va- 
eatimlng in tta Great 
Sa^ciei, in Sftftim mr 
uytlme. Writa 43*llle 
CkiMber a QmMatm, 
leU, AatoriUa, N. C. 

mot. 



FREE, iKuraa 
phton. CiA ai-»M. 



for 



FCHIR KITEBIS - Vvy 
piartO. I «a«8 old. Free. 
CaU batwaea 1 p.D. tad U 
p.m. wi-mi. 



• KnTEie-'d weMa old, 
m baiia or yalknr, Utter 
trained, aad tovaUa, 4M^ 

em. 

i» , II .. . 

FREE kuaa nawre forgar- 
daaa. Gnat Bridn area. Al- 
tar 1 ».nL C^ S«P-'NM. 



■ Calll».^m. 



KrmilBte agood 
I leOa*. t e^Oeo 



S47- 



FIVE papptea traa. Fi«» 
vaeia cdd, ■etfcar Aaari- 
caa S^ts, fitter Gtidaa 
Coekar SfuM. t audaa 
aad tkree foaaMn. CaU 
«»-ma attar tM weak 
di^aadallviA-aal 

ntEE - Fettle 



HL.ACK LAKkAOOR Ra- 
triam, X fra. oU. lad 
Ua sfcoto. Madi reea to 
roaA. CaU SdS-OTIl. 



FREE iMpgy to good koaw. 
Male, f ateatka M. CaU 
«S-ttl2l«trSp.Bi. 



ntEl FUaiptamBafiir 
Mda 8t^«ttllaek,ina- 
inr Vaadi art ^ifWa 
Baack btaMk ttcarlai av- 
•19 MiwdM oMindag. 
CoataerMMH? ItrS- 
M tte tiltea, 




'PKEB to pxidi 
mpi < matti old. tat 
wrier lid |art Hfm, 
bona ekUdm. SMU-food 
— " HMda«fttiaktta 



DONT PAY ior It. Get it 
Ikaa irt tka Beadonartara 
Pkenpeiia iwk U- 
kcary: oririaalpatatiaga^ 
local arttrta. BoUyemd 
aovlaa, Md aoi^plare to 
dfeeor^ Mar koae. Wa 
alBo kefakadaolfraetB- 
MrttaUon to decorate your 



FREE imSWaoO- in I*- 
tara tu aawiag o(f trig 
lldili Ud kaidlqg away. 
CaU ^a-ilM. 

TfAt- Adc^Me baby rab- 
Ute. Cirte UttleMuflesof 
Itar ready to loTe. We'N 
tot pleaty, tbqr en be 
ybwa if yoa'U 0«» ttMna 
a tooi bnae! m-im. 

BEFORE PUTDfG a SBOke 
drteetor for yoia* fcoma, 
aaad fw. a sto^ r^ort 
glTing critical uaaM- 
aieMa trf ike thereat 
nalM aad aodria. Free 
fnaa P^AUe Cltisw Re - 
aeardi GnMQ^, 2000 P St. 
NV\, WiAiagtoa, D.C. 

FREE WEATHER REP(»T 
Vp-to^tke-konr. BanqtM 
Roada area Inecaat. Dtal 

KlTTENS-tkree 8 wka (dd, 
Utto- teaiaid. abort ktf red. 
Oraaga Md wUte. oraage, 
I4aclt Md vUto. FREE to 
good knae. «?•»»«. 



a -poo, 

old. 



FEMALE • Cock 
apaded. U 
Free to a good 
tmtm. cm UB-iio 



fUEE to a kood kcMM ealy. 
I aKMBiSiaMM Baal Pom 

ktttM. sketo. m-%m - 

«0-OS«. 

FIVE year M toanla p«ra- 
iM. Beea deelaved. (Bd«r 
eoBide wMk m elkar mI- 
aiala preferred. CaSl ater 

6p.n. 4W-7674. 

FREE-tonr Labcader Ra- 
trlafarpMB. Freetoagood 

CaUS3»-0i2Z. 




D0Gfi-2r, OM 

trlver. 2 
fWiala. One 
1 year old, 
Witt pi9*n. 



GoUm Re- 
yaar* fM, 
Irisk better, 
tofliale, bo6i 
CaU after 6 
m* Free 



KIfTEm.7 

Itttnr 
m^tm, Mk 




mSTE CAT, aala ten- 
ted iMuroid^ tltflMr 
qf« Md I biw apa, Qoa4 
kOMOHy.ltl-dQM. 



BE 







ran . 

HffrtiBt aid Ma _ 
tHMrvieaiaadtoa - parte 
^iag.CaU4M-10i9. 



iOTER PROTECTIOH - If 
ym'ra ia tteautlwt for a 
aaad ear, ttara'a a finn 
law to piYita^ yoa acdnat 
odometer ftetag. roUk« 



SR-IOOt. 



Bodety. 



fStm TO ageodkwe. Fa> 

Caek-a^fa^ M 
oHdM^MW 



FREE .,^ BfiiamrAL firdra 
i^ auiUflg itttit. Wrtte 
to ae l»r«rt lAOl IfartEet- 
lag AMOClitfiM, g Eaat 
4Snl Sb«et, Itew York. 
NY. 10017 aada««H-toeir 
"name removal form." 
Tbff'U get Oe Job drae, 
ao.diarge. 

FREE EYE QIFO-Baaic 

Bids evttjme Mould 

kamr about aye care from 

tka Virgil Society for 

tka PraMoHoo ol Bliad- 

aaM. F(« your tm copy 

ol ••You* Eye iM- a Life- 

tikw ol ^kt" «rlte:Pre- 

vaat WUmati, Box tom, 

BitibmoBa, va. tam. 



DOG - S Jr. aid Mia. 
IHiad taffiai t 
LovM ekBdrei^ IMa. 



dN- 



rREE 
matter to 
tkairMoli. 
aft«- S p.m. 



terrier, lad 

CaUSdS-^ 



FlBI:'n> 

ad 



Mb- 



TBOSa/ OACHBHUIIU- 



akort kaliadt 7«aeks. PrM 
to pW ka^. mi-mi, 
leahr. 



mpHES nasM. 

M, put 
eoBte. CaU 
Uaw. 



BM 

dag. Vanr good «ttk efcB- 
igm.tfn.t»LCm«^ 
W'4m or 
OIR. 



bide tke mUeaM » 

Write ta Bwfiae kUm. 

"CoMamer ftroteeUmOa- 

dn- Ne« iUdttuwartag 

0d09Mt«r Law," frtmiUtt 

IbuHoMl ^^«ay Traffic 

SafMy AitoiiairtraticM, 400 

SawMb at. S.W., Waabiag-. 

t« 9.C, 20S90. 

•=s=s-sr=ir— ' Tke Tttteartw Cwnm^oB- 

PI^.TMaES-Catyoar^ dean I^te adtoH vrOl 

aead a free Bflde Cootm 
to aU wkoartta talM>fliem. 
We kavaflvtOeiMMavaO- 
aide, OM tor (Aildrea, 0-12 
OM iB- tooM; aad a»eaay 
Md advaaead eoana for 
aditta. WiM to: Tide - 
»«ta- Correaoadenee 
BiUa S^ool, #.O.B09i lUI 
Ckesapaake, Va, 23»0. 






C^ tUa ad aad totag to 
IMfoek FlM Matfeat aad 
rwafra frw IMd rai^ 



or Bitfda: m - 



BABKT-Wkito doe. Catt 



PttB-BOM ot dotoea- 
vortr ^dkM, apprni- 
■st^aiMdO'a.AUriaM 
¥ mkbrnt etoOa aad 
CaU4iO-SM4. 



JBS. 



Iff 



FUtto 



yr. iddmala 



Maadly 



FREE-1 1/2 

dif. M 

siu. Good pet frk 

Md piayM. iwia. 

kome iMk llaead «»d. iM 

kadMota.«-fln. 

BEAi^ PUP-4 aHWiM, 
Grart «Mi trntrm. Fiae 
to feed koaM. mt^Mt, 
atari weekdaya. 




BBAOHFOL aktte Utty. 
Fai^. 12 lAa. old aad 
l^mr tratoed. FREE to 
IMd kmaa. Om latt aad 
tt V ka lo«t at Brat ^gttl 



HkBT RABHTS: S afUte. 
IMMmB alter 10a.m. 
l^'Stn. PrM to good 



llBI} A nUdori 
iv pow aatf dakMatlag? 
Ita CkMvaate PaMteU - 
bntty ofiHv IrMiK'egrama 
0* aanntf aflUra, oKivte, 



FREE-Fw aUa peo^ate 
vatf to becMia mora Me. 
LMia kow to tavf^vayoar 
Ufa, kaada prMbHM aad 
aefcte*a jm potortltelaac- 
eeHliiu>.AMiM)leBmr 
to Vlnliia BUi^. SavM 
kom pa^dMAoCaaed^ 
tete n eoMMBieatm, 
panwaM ud gMaaadkov 
to a^wc Omb. T^ id- 
VMl^a of Btta opportaatty 
to taa»kevtecMafeM> 
WMtad coadMoH to you- 
ewtavMieat. FrM. Wttk 
MoUinttoii, toirtrodwse 

BtiMtMQgy, Ow 1 

yM CM ufh to ttte. 
gi^r i^^M-ttad Street 



ladaraiaiittaaa,l 
^er-teatoad. cm 
^SStrite-fiOO 



S!l%H^.^ tor fldilMd 
wi pbriam. AM tor Mm^ 
ai Vi7-03» aft«- 4 p.ai. 



4j». 



A QOGBkOM 



aft lor 



faaUy 
to UMiMd eaa- 



<3rri. «M aaariakadpap- 



BEiUlLE-3 

m rtot, 



, vwacd. 




rtd. W7' 



a I 
I 



Smart diAa. 



PRIVATE BRSB«t viB 
0n ftwkoaatoaudoite, 
IMU^ or e^r IMe aei 



fUB Wema awy'Wed* 
amiu m IkH MB. at 

SiiXaraiT, M, rtity 
■dlinpi., 



rIyMair.VyMttM 
ar* Hr i4wMkftil.M- 
care far 

a>to pMj 

WriM: tm M PjO. tm 
»^ Ck^peala . Va. 



nKCMDVLK 



9 KAOflPOL 
1 

2 ___ 

witk rtM i feM toa itb^a kal 
driMw. PMIiaafood 
Catt 



PRC.^ 1. ^od, toMagttMM 
o.%Li i'«n Baak^, aule, 
: ««•: w-a, 2 yea. <M, kM 
IM *4i 4Mtt. Maett^ 
MMyilpmMAMkWd. 
MvMb. tfrttod, vwry ta- 





Pitt F fltllHig p » ia 

iiHik fer ■mMk Iff Mg 
UMMitoHMiBai^. 
cm «M-11«/ 



ivppn^l *Mkaau. mo* 
Am to 
Mrte mmi. 



""^^ ^" ' im to 




PBii ■mfuitmi to 

eeaaHMn: Jfaw yMCiiBg 
to kava BMtol m^w a maai 
wat ipM? bqr ft ci^. W* 
dtaaM or T.T.reoi jmt 
ifiltit ftMHitttlliiPBmftir 
fcmr 3*B are 

Md 

af am- 
pnM^ Md MT- 
CaU yoar Batter 
aH at Iff- 
MB. MgkeM koura t:«0 
• 4M MMdiy ■rntaf. 

nSETVA^taOKMU. 
fm dspi-part dalmaMa 
1 




^^W IM» Wi S4v5, 



oamjk at^^i ne 




^njifei iMMd yard. 




mn. 






Jttr 



m 



mr oM 




i^MIMa 



to as-' 
fMTwa • 
.fitfttt- 
•M Mm - 4-1^ Wmm 
- fmt>. ToD n ysv 
proHaiM. If we can't ttc'" 
yM, wa wUl attker ; 
yoa »ky or refer you i^> 
tiraper agaaey irimoMkrip 
you 



Mnke^ 



FREE: Precious "Ubby" 
kitteos. Wa have tkree left. 
' I vks. oU and aead good 
bones! Call: 424-0494. 



Tka Tidewater Cbtpter, 
AmericM Bad CroM, has 
a variety of films, pam- 
pUato aad aUda praaM- 
M evarytkiag from 
aad tlrist aid, to 
tka givlag of blood. Tbeae 
itana are Itm aad avaU- 
■U* to tka pabUe tor we 
at clkb maetlaga. For ia- 
toraattn whovtooMato 
tMa dUtorial. eoatact tke 
Red CraH at 6IS-6W. 

FOR A FREE BOOKLET 
« automobite lacoma tax 
deductioM tbatiadNslMto- 
forniatiM m state. (aaoUne 
and sales tana, wtttb tka 
American AatonokUa Aa- 
aociation, 1111 Gatakoase 
Rd.. FaUs Ckurek. Va. 
22042. 



BEAT QfFLAtlQH, O^ca 
m witk tke JoMite. PsM 
the JaOMM Iqr 4vttog 
yMT owB kaik. Malls 
mtEl Write: Tka Bank- 
er, Bos 4M0, tal .MM 
95150. 

NEEDA( 

4«iiar Inr 

tX99^ cm 

twoMO a.m. MtllMMo. 

MMd^rtkna^FMay. 

FREE STORY HOUR-tor 
^ldr«i to help work- 
ing parents, IM- tMitaei 
agM 3 to 6, 00 Wednes- 
days tf 7 p.m. and SatiH-- 
(toys at U a.m. Chesapeake 
Headquarters Library in 
GrMt Bridge. 

FREE LUrr of kome tf- 
^iancM wMlowUle-ey<^ 
coats OPareMM price piM 
M«rgy oost). For yoor 
to 'OBA LUe-Cyde 

*-MMm| 

OCOm of Coaanmar Aff 
Bdra, Waakingftw, D.C. 
aOBfU, 

Barbar-atyUag midto. 3 
aato irittakelf. etc. CaU 

ns-nvi. 

BELIEVE ITt» NOT: 
ntEE, nmle ftnrt bradO 
AFQAV dog. Isar yiara 
Ud. OaMMdtag appavr- 
aacf, kM baM.rtoim, Md 
very good <HMOsltiM. 
Fawly is very ooBcarMd 
aboat kmaa tkat ka wUl 
be |laeed ia. F^r Ua wMi-^ 
brtag, be mnat be to a 
koBO witk a tarfa Meed 
to jNttd. Ttet, aad a tot 
Mt love and he cm be 
yo«v! CaU 447-1421. 

ftOBERT R^LEY «ya: 
lUiew to advaaeeyoarMio- 
ttoaal - pbyrieal - mMtil 
h%h pelods-towperioda 




da^. fWEE 1^X1 
tM foa ktMito^gat eom^ 
prtarlaed - peiwmaUMd 
Uis^^n toreeaato. A- 
flMirfaily acnrato. Wrtte 
.t» yoar FREE mo- 
CaORES to : Robert R. 
Riia^, lac. P.O. Bm ISS, 
G^prlUe, NY 140». 

FREE to a good fctHnemale 
part Aarara kitt« 7 weAs 
<M. Utterlratoad. WUlde- 
Uv«r tM>yiwapi««nli^ 
to raaMadUa ^Mataafla 
FrM food and Wtar bn. 
CaU 547-2475 after 4 p.m. . 



3 YR. (HO) MEIHini dM 
dog aU^ ivaad. Female, 
Mk^d. AU Aoto. Lav 
ndUakbrMniMlr.LovM 
oaMonraraeada nrd. Ltt- 
CmHt-$lV. 



hxm miMd tovedp^lM 
Sim weeka^iM. / 

Ito CMJ^toMB 

kwta w Heomal 
Mnd dM Ca ka 
aMiBO A indftmpavfUe 



WIED MEED Mwto 
PWlm. PfertlaifeM^MMt 
aad awMd. &SimSnm 



uxmsm rm a wf- 

FALOjng^OrMBriUao 
tmnmmm Of wMaa 
■MttattdttalMiittME- 
MrdPedirMHatllMori 

vkM'a mm^m ^ 

AsMrtaa Vf ^Ms Wto 
kMMMMd. 



FREE KITTENS 
aad see. 486-4558. 



FREE-pupplM, mixed and 
shepketd. Both malm and 
femalM. 9 weeks old. CaU 
4t2.l0l«. 

DOG'^-liiPart terrier-part 
poodleT SmaU , 6 yrs. 
old. Free to exceueat 
kome. 340:5460. 

FREE- Labndor ratri- 
avar, 2 years old. Good 
pet, aeada a good home. 
CaU 4n-|S04 

FREE CHILDREN ACTI- 
VITIES-Story and movies, 
craft days and poppet shows 
Call Children Co*ordlna- 
tor, Peggy Forehand at 
547-0562. 

J very eatoloagkairedpup- 
piM. 6 wka. Adorable 
oraaga 9 weak M UttM. 
54?4l72. 



FREE; Lovely, 
cato. bm Bum. 1 yr. 
2 yr. old, «ad a sweet 4 
year an niw OM or take 
aU. a4-i2n. 

NEte TO l^ M oNt^d- 
towa t ApkOM dbfctoiT? 
We Mm a too of them ^ 
the OM^qpodte P^ie U- 
toary Baidquurters. 

DOG-ltoM briM, xyaan 
dd. i^yad,aUAeto,akort 
haBfad. koMatoolM tovM 
^UdTM, nadtoUB alM, 
aMsMS^f ^#^M tofood 
I ody. 414-9330. 



ETA-ETSILOH Chapter of 
Bet» SifM i'ki to 9M- 
oariagatrtptoWUHams- 
burg Pottery ahM.OBM. 
*«g. I - Cost IS.OO. Call 
547.82$7, 547-3139 after 
5 p.m. 



3-LMtaadPi 



LOST DOO. Bladtaadwklte 
mde pointer. Hickory 
arM. Cdl 421-3796. 



«-AataesobUes tor Sato 



MV8TANG: *66 CLASSIC. 
Custom aportpaiBtjob.aew 
battery, akocka, brakea 

Ubm aad Udnga. Auto- 
Mtie tram., 3-speed, 6- 



BUICK LTD, 1975, Ugkt 
Mm witk white landM top, 
dr-condittoaad, aUpdvar. 
tUt-whad. crdM cootrd. 
Cassette deck, Uke aew, 
Origind owMr. S5,8?5. 
Calf 543-9374 after 5 p.m. 

CAPUCEli7e:aoodCM- 
MUm. Power worka. laoo. 
4N-89it 

1975 - DJUBER - 16,000 
mflfa, Uka mw, autotoi^ 
iMtory a^^' i door coupe, 
nd wtt iMe totirior, 
saeriBee at |>,ieo. Call 
«2-2699. 



FREE TO GOOD HOME. 
BeMtifd 3 mo. M kit- 
424-2229. 



SEARB KENMORE wasku-. 
Needa work m timer. Yon 
picfc<|>.CaUtt6-19U. 

" l!" ■ I '■ ' ■ n il «.i» * .-, 

FREE TO a good home: 

. Mlfc 





FREE to ^od kome: 7 
Genua SiqvardpqppiM. 
tCM ba saM d: rnhftt- 
wood Or., ftMdweodSae- 
tlM of Ckeai|«ake. Aiqr- 
tiQaafiM 12:00 p.m. 

PQCX-A-POO apricot ^ 
i<der. &nll oat doia^ dog 
lofM lUmm. Oood dto- 
poatttoB. Bki dwte. FrM 
to good home. OJl 397- 

tm. 



4 twra BEOS, head A toot 
koard, dd BkMSpriap, 
M nnttreaaM. Yoa kMl 
2»n^f. Nora Laadiw 
faBra.4tt-»M,,MUba- 
IMM 9 a.ffl.-9||.m. 

'■'■■?■ I -■■^■lllll III! ' l!.^! Ill I 

tka STOP OrgaalaationkM 
amte availakia to tke.ii^ 
Be a film m energy ew- 
•artsttoa eatltted, "AU 

(MiMjidioft.'' TUrlO- 
i^ato fOi to itodpMd 
to adaede toe vlawM- to 

do - tt-yoaradf 
h to kMoa lasala 

irM|a areaandtocM- 
fwt toa smfQrpmmm 
ito: ftBttow MMuMekud 
«M^.<nttflliitoa- 
ttdlsMrFRtB St mt». 
IMiM a^laA Mr. Mto 
tardie. INMntaiMn 
#Mvdtodor, d m-m«k 
fa«. »5 tor MisMttaii 
and sfbfiMing 



BEAVnFQL IriM SUMt. 
P«ade. '2 yra. dd. (tood 
«^* dog. nayftd, lav« 
«ill^M bd iMdii good 

kMM witti lote <tf room 
te na, prrtMrtly aitei 
ttm* to Uw eovatry. Cdl: 
Wl-IM 

--■ -" . I - ■ ■■ , - ^ 

PAl^ gm«m mm*^ 
Pkpptea, baMttU, I ate. 
a£te|altby »' imi, to 



DOOGE-Mkd Vaa. 1971, 
terUe tap. Idly tondated, 
roofty eawpar .dr^«n- 
fitttoMr* S/i iktoifttlc 
^««Mrt«rtM, powM-ate- 
oitogMd brd»a. $2.0iM> 
4Mrll4$. "**•••«''«'■ 

CAPRICE i970: Qmd eM- 
dttlM. Power wa^s, toad- 
ed wito power. HOeo. 4M' 
5924. 

KUJ8WA0QH: VM^l971. 
New reballt eaitoe, 2 ftiel 

BpiRg 



1970 CMLJmC^LE .- 4 
door. S^a H, nftto, air 
ppww d»«riBg andkcdtaa. 
Neada body work HOO.t^ 
*«4-9«4. 

OLQafOULE-1973 Cm- 
bHB oiriaar wwm,'lu- 
tory air. AM- A ra^. 
CtoM. 12500. 426-2400- 
«»-«179. 



CAPRICE: lOTb. QoodCoB- 
(BtiML Power wwkal ^00. 
ll4rS«M. 

F(»D - 1974, Pickup F- 
100, adooatto. -6" new 
^dl, new ttraa. 6 l/l' 
bad, McaOad coadtiaiB. 
BMk loaa nbm: tt200. 
Ifttdaeui4i9-3m 



n,Tll(»TH: '17 FVRYUI, 
Mr - eoDdtttoaad. iMo- 
titMBladott, power 
l»M^, B A B. Good 
tKH^i^taliw. 1400. 418- 
5M9. 



Vm PONIIAC-TMVed, 2 
door, m aogtoewpol ra- 
i4b. bo^ good. w». cm 
4M-4I09 any time. 

19» PUT Z 1^. Mov- 
i«|. Mad teU! 0^.547- 



^ 



'SM uncertain time! 
'-nway distributor 
,v you bow to get 

ti Willi orolitable part • 
*ime busuess ot yoar owoi 
Pboae BiU Golden, 483- 
1887, or cpme for preseo- 
Ution-Monday nigMs, 7:45, 
ShaiatMton, Military Cir- 
-'-* creRm. U. 



AWRESSERS wanted im- 
medistelyi Work at home- 
no expenwce necessary- 
exceUed pay. Write Amer- 
icu Service, 8350 Park 
Lane, Suite 269, Odtos, 
TX 75231. 



PARTY plM deflKwatra- 
tors to demoMtrda brand 
name toys and i^s tor 
Friendly Toy Parties. 
Hlgked commissions, no 
couecttag, M delivery, no 
caak iovadmad. CaU now! 
M7-4fl6- 484-2793 -340- 
7595. • .. 

WANTED - PART TIME, 
93.00 hour to telaphoae 
basiMSS firms. Excellent 
for kome makers wltkpre- 
aekod sge cbildre. Write 
AladdtoCdor, SrdABrMd 
Slrad, Florence, NewJer- 
aay0951». 

REDECORATE YOOR home! 
Earn money! Be yourowa 

own boMt Opportadty for 
BdVaaeemadt Part Time or 
FaU Time. CaU 487-1874 
Mytime. 

FULL OR PART Ume-uBUS- 
ad opportadty for oua or 
wooua, iataraated to edra 
inoome. To arruge twotet- 
m«dpkoM^-»06. 



bUcji 

itiadfti"^ "J **''^' \KC 
Regis }ts/ 

wormed/ c:tpi;«,>d. $100 
each. Call 857-4080,23 

LAORADOR RETRIEVER 
PUPPIES - Buck, AKC re- 
gidered, outstanding Uttei 
ft«T( • ' ■ S40- 

358 

POODL: imq^l- 

ity, blacx, mm poMla, 
codd very weU be mow 
quUty. mm and sire both 
irtm skew lamlly. $tsaoo. 
CaU - 85.1-1131 



IRISH SETTER - 1 yr. old 
AKC regidered - $50.00 
or beat offer. Cdl 482- 

3661. 

— ^l-irilciMWinU 

WATER PUMP-1/2 li.p., 
and pressure tad[, excel- 
led condition, $150.00 
CaU 4M-3288 after 7:30 

p.m. ;; 

1/2 CARAT DIAMOND 
lUNG, wftk 2 side dHKs. 
ValM $390. WUl lAMdfflfce 
tor $150, or wUl natfUto 
TnrqiioiM bradet,^|R. 
482- 17M. 
.I....... <>■ 

D.E, FILTER • for 24,' ft. 
swimming pool. $7C or 
bed offer. 484-7927. ' 



"ins 



itifNa 



lita 



START NOW 

SavMd <BBI«ad Joba 
wnttdNa witk larger 
ttadl ooapMy. 



EMILY'S ANTIQUE SdOP 
0pm daUy. 3204 Ri^ St. 
Portomouth, All ifjuk. of 
Mtiques, cd glass, china 
OpM daUy. 3204 Bi|||k!^ 
Portamodh. All tyM<<of 
adtOBea^ entglatt,i^, 
fanui^i BMkUi^4qu>d 
and Mader Charge^. CaU 
»7-i027. : . 



MmtUy 
&pM advancMMit, M-job 
tmdkg. paid vaeatiM. 
ItenybM^a. 

CALL «4-n87 



'wBSSfBSPSSm 



HOI«EKEEPER^Live -to, 
cara d 2«dndM«d d#d- 
rM^ Mod wedtenda Irte, 
caU kfin- 6 p.m. 486 - 
4S15. V^vtoto Ba^ Ar^ 



ATTEprKM - Pftrty PlM 
Maai^r A Damonatratoi? 
' tofltearMi. Ovdr 



AIR CCHnnTIQNER-tHgDO 
BTU, wiadowuitt.paU4^, 
^^alfiM d »7S. 4i7e2fa» 

- ■ ' ' , . ' : . * i}!i -' 

CHILimEll's ctoUiair tor 
sale. E»:filed codUdM- 
AfM If num. to 7 
489-lOtt. 



GET APPLIANCE SOSS 

Scklyf Ad^rttse iitoe 
iMlftod Section, bdl 
547-4571 for m ad-writer 
now. "'"''^ 

- ' - - j-«» 



M-itoatodTa 



■^ 




MOMlS-TBOt or 

fttote'a tar HrtlM, Avw, 
Conn. OlOffl - Atoo booking 

STUFF ENVELOP£S:|300 
toovMad. EaraimmeiUate- 
ly. Setd stalled, addroM- 
ed anvakpe. (EX. 8m - 
(tora/PX). B(a«Mt,Cfe 
dara. P; 0. Box (»M2, 
Clavdaad, OH 44105). 

(^msncs* - a Mar^aU 
Fldd fhBdly owned eom^ 

to espandtag in Va. 

CfwdtoM lac. Part- 
ttoM eooMMda liaaded., 
|Mia«» to earn WW-, 
ins. ^CenmiaalM MlM.^ 
SMd kama, addroHi and 
tdMkoM tontoar to: Box 
1^. ^ Ckeai^eake' 
1^ dM8Maaln, Va., 
l33». "^albmdtoed 



dguilQ: 



and cask past m 
• can day or 
1509. 



CAte IN 1 
Fundtoce, aUvM, dto- 
m<»da, xiaas,. driafc Hn 

mil' 



tl 



^BMMartBtoi^M ' 



NORVSW RARE COIN£^'- 
Nmrfdt'a i»»t 
b^r, |dl, trade. 
sUvarfjedM. H j 
ffl i ciplfc Cedar, Norfoj 



BMtohM 



m 



«ngl« Q&LOYISNT- 
AjMedtaaaraaowkdiy 
Mtai tor Qtf regtotratta 

itoak Md store. Apphrbt- 
tMM 10 a.m. and 2 &.m. 
MMdf^tkroagkTkiffaday. 
"""Isr ton Tm-L-W* 



Rtog- iMdM dlMioBd aoi-'i 
fialre. Pidtoam aettkic.' 
Cedw HOM 3.85. lUde 
stoBM, .to Mdt Ap^ 
praiMl to 1975 ■: tor 
|ll,Wfc«0. Price-njOO. 
cm m-l1« or 423-9113. 



4i 



M-^td' 



itolte. 

amadHa 



tot odd^ BMta- 
_ — „.rk; atoo part- 
4mapMiaUmael»dc. 
lOTS O^WMd Boolk dhd., 
Va. Ba^, Va. 



OtAM -Uva, 1^ taahd 
w 4BMB, a|9odte BttMs 
fontood BMtMrant fitrl . 
aaitt, 140-5171. 



1974 DCffiGE Vm. power 
de«iM - v-8 ai^Matie 
toaaaMaaion, wttk aUe 
pim - AM-FM 8-traek 

mttl-Max, tatatoreom- 
|ta^ MiMtad-au^tod 
MMMon. Qilt tt4-17tt - 
ifterdx - 4i2-3Ml. 




G^omimtrr 



eos^Nay tou 
tw tamed^ 
aa ijpildy meat BoatoM, 

^^^^^ to ad rndan- 
rsdwott). 

$710 

Mootoly 
CALL 424-4993 



um lunc-we bay jaak 
n-ucks, bai^i.CaU 



ivn Ckevy C-n, i»ta%f 
eatttona, 1 l/2ioa,toad' 
iar twf to roar. MHto 
4 «r mun lienm. Iby be 
asM d Sn7 Bdtaad tsL 

cmwi'Wsn. 

% 



JHM MOtoM- toeonM^nM- 
IMT «M ttitttoa- 
. AiweM iMad* 
IWMMndeit. Watrato- 

#7.WI. 

i^KE UPS A FAtr 
i^ Ccl l a ii WbtotoAE- 
lAP i-Nitor i^'Mto- 
iteOnt. 



VAHJI0A . lMl.mec. 
4,700 mUM^X 



% 



OPPOKONITY-^ld a M- 
CMd ^liMBa to^e- Uto. 
Um yoMT qatra Uma to 
davda aad mamm l^a 
OM dWittddM^. QUI 

mj. HCmS m tor yow 
~ M9«M. M- 



iMHIMltty 







>HLk 



buTTSJteAM-ndt < 

onw. ^.00 ba. Field • 
Friday. Twto PiM . 
CkurcUand. M4-19U; 



UmMtDAOMb 

ot|r4k6«M, 

' m-vm, «M or 





nmokmm- to 

Md. Ptt, ^Poba, 



ckeck 



It pato your name ute tke 
■Mda of 1.000 BTMeegar 
toSMd yM Mdf 

wAYWl, i Dept 
Se, Chawboro. 




''ILEC- 

•ork. 
5- 



$180.00 WEEKLY address- 
ing envdopM at home - 
start inaMdiddy, com- 
ptete kaddanM, gMru- 
tead Mralag. PrM dttaUs: 
PlAw, P.O. Box 5004, 
C k eaapa ak e. Va. 23324. 



TOP SOIL - Arts. VK 
looM, loamy Mad anf^^ 



MWJa W Lava A t^ 




SnaU, >'re» to good kune 
with 00 eUidran. 428-4064 



M M b' 



to 
1892 




ju re sure te |«t a t>i<. 
y^^ 4W • line in .4ki 
of your 
'«pep«r Ycyir 

' tlM> 



i i At Mlhiary Clrcl« HaU 






,^ 



II 



tvd on DMp Crcffc Blvd. 
»>»• BOflli of MUtttr^' »- 

AlBTYCOWSTWl CTIOlt A I 

"""" '" wniw 



ittit it 




e*¥5 "»**firt^ 



itfa^P' ' nditioniDg. 

;«y:^» ■" ii» whim 

%^ tm^, Home leamres 
'1X16' »i-ch covered by 



.jjCgJ^I b«tt|, cwtralilr, 
rjjiiW-to-waU »ta« cai^irt, 
^iv, pi.«a(e Uli in tetts and 

MkdM. Caa rtmain mm. 
-|4W»iad assttaa bttoee. 

ttt-IDSC. 



POWTSMOUTf 
^imSES REQiSTERY 
IS NOW OPEN 

24H^a«rvte«fiirall 
TOiWATERA^A. 

mi, LPN, Al^ A C^tifM 
MoniMialccrt. 

no* Freedom Atentte 

I'urtsmouUi 
4Br.3«76 4I1-9II5 



urt' ^911'mDiiTaita 
ales orleaM iwrwtii 



ve will bebirbi|.nfioatl 
maiufcra. arM niMffari 
tod ulMiwople in thia 
•r«a 

rram will reiutt in im- 
mtdiate ottportmltles /or 
high earninfi. 



Mr. W. 0. JoMs 
VlM-PraaUMt 
4MW.BmdSt 
lUefeauad, Vlniaia isiio 



Jut; to. 

Not A ll||l Show 
-A fttal AMlqMS Show 

AdmiailoM Free 
See over 70 qsality. ei- 
hibits of Antiques all for 
Ml«. 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. 
W«l. thn Sat. Virfinla 
Beach Blid. 4 MiliUr* 
Hkhwar, Norfolk, Va. A 
Bcllmaa Productloo. 



RAISE PUPPIES 
FOR PROFIT 






tmi. 



nMli 



^^mH^. 



a*^*-A, 



LlerKNt 



iUmi^ «aiil»rted air cai- 

.fpMd/$ nUM east of 

;f mm Bridto. 1195. yott 



.^miSH BEMTAL: 1 . 
"^l^W. S]^: Kortt «d, 1 
r-'W. Oxm oceaa and Cayce 

'"mfmi, stag eirvef, tir • 
.'laihWfcaed, T.V. a««» 
"^ IMS', im war. IWIyrat- 
>'WtTktlaMe; (Ml^>4790 
•^^•r «:00 HOR-TMi. - 
•'^ffcirs. Aaytl««Wed.-Prt. 
thmSon. 



im0l 



9^'ftMBM 



(Mf^iM 



^SiOKSfi 3 bedrm, house M 

OfMhricrts. Blck^ ut«. 

s^litiBitto f Aq^ 1^ 

• "prihorth. Ph«e48l*900» 

.oHWE FOR KBIT: tm • 
^WMMlaM, ntttanUNked 

hottt, 3 tacdrm.. 2 tatiis, . 

iM«», 1 yar old. Per- 
' im tsumm. Fdly ctr- 
:|i^. »iB. IR> PEtS Re- 
; I^^Ms * lease. «?-3420 



■"•flb MAGS HEAD N.C. - 

rant, t bedroom, 

a, BO pets, I12S 



COLLEGE PARK 




NEW 3-BEDftOOM 
REAL HOMES 

•39,950 

Over 1,400 Sq. Ft. (tf living space 
Your own land on 4 sities 
Carpeting, air-cor^ilioning, & 
4^li^£es included in price 
Private Bath & Tennis CNib 
See furnished mnrl»|s 

IPSWICH TOWNVILLAS 

COLLEGE PARK 
Vlrgiiria Beach/CtesapetJce, Ta. 

Tate I-U to iBfian River Rd. brterdhaage, go west 
1 nils to CoUcfe Pait «BtnuKe at Providaice Rd. 
a follow sigBs. Can>lya GrUtin. SalM lluagw 

424-9679 

mms 424-4312 



HOME 
SERVICES 



CQRSntUCTKm 

BQinpiKtrr rental 

AIR COMPRESSORS 
'' • iAND AIR 
TOOLS 





r 



4a3aBilnbi«iiBlvd 

HOnURDIAliflNI. 



.Atari 
AtMBMtan 

.WaHm 

Crows 



S43-S723 



BLACK 
BROTHEfliB^ 



Bwiiders 

Horns loproremests 
Coi^mctos 
Garige Builders 
Roovi AddittoBs , 
AliaaimiBtt Sidiac 
Roofs - Cirports 
ntcheD Remodeling 



649-7318 

Hugh E. Bkek, Sr. 
IMOftiric Avenue 
Ciwsapeske^^Va. 



GARAGES AMD ADDHKMS 
KU^Mtt, reimisUu and 
hons r«wirs,Gsiiet«]lB)dld- 
tar ud Repairs, 399-2219 



■'^■^mi. 



pit week. 



BMsVhtJBsMi 



Wi 



cauom 

BOME SITES FOR SALE 
lir 



., Jsoela 

1.i'- SA 
a 



SALS &tfKE. . . 
333 FravidMce M 

Cdl 464-0317 



BIRCBVOOD-By (mwf . 2- 

'4itory on Urge wooded lot, 

' -.juny extras. 340-S436 

w^Uter 5:00 and week-ends. 

.^XEUPSVILLE (Bent Tree): 
'".'.iSn- Cotntemporary 3- 
.' Bedrm., fireplace, carpet- 
ed, garage, corner lot. 
'~^Kst sell, aneipectedtno- 
Oir. BarcaiB it 143,500. 
**jrOwner. 420-5941. 

•ITIMBERLAKE: 4.Bedrm. 

I • Anily-room with fireplace 
attached garage. Good as- 
sumption. No Agents. 499- 

• ten. 



PhoM 340-5236 
VA.MACNI,VA. 




LOT clearqr;, Gratdiag, 
Demolition, Acreage 
daerlng. Small or laite 
jolNl. Br the horn- or Job. 
FREE esUmate - caU 547- 
1802. 




S.'A. Notkles - 

Ceramic A floor tile 
4 new work. P""' 
kitche.^ and 
FREE estimate a 
3337. 



Old 



ALL TYPES remodeUiv, 
plamUng, tieetrieid, ma- 
sonary, no Job too sqiall. 
Call 537-1301 asyUme, day 
or night. 



J. CALLAHAN PAINTING 
iaterlM-. ttfnriM>,ieoustte 
btoneeOitap. FREE es- 
timates. 5lt-IS19. 



WmmHOBK GOT TOU 
DOWN? 

Gwersl doaiitag, stosm 
eitraetisii csnet clesa- 
isg. floor vrazof and 
Mr^iiiBg, winfcvclsuilnt. 
ettptX. and ivholstMy 
sh s mp o oia g. Bonded and 
Insared. 

mtttmiATE. ctM 

SMttTKAXC rt 4M. 
mi or tame esl m- 

rm 



HOifE OlPmVEHENT - 
Caiptttry, rooOng, siding, 
room adotlOBSrStorm vfai- 
dows and doors, plaster- 
tng, elMtric, concrete 
work, ptunblag. gnttwlng, 
remedsMsf kftchens and 
tathroMis, iiridt andldo^ 
«ork, alsmlBum siding, 
flr^ees, Carprting snd 
paintlns. Serving aUTide- 

***"•• 612.4519 



WE U CUmsa and 
huling «( an kmu. S4S- 

UAKlVlV—tieaned , yoiF 
carpet will nsver tecleu- 
er, or looic better atil 
yea tiy OS. ne best rates. 
4tl-3NI. 



PAINTlNG-^itterior, ex • 
tsrtar, very nsnt, refer- 
tacH. retsonaUe. 421- 
3Mt. 



m*xm Bomvmi Aru 

CeMeottan area. I-Bedrm. 
wm nod (mnmereial 
MllNttW. Now rerifld. 
Jif,9W offer, by omer. 



IS3C3E!!^ 




You can trust apn 

REALUNtLB 



REALTOR 



nnTLEFIELD BLVD., 3 
be^VMU^ . toff e M, air 

ttl-2«» 



I rateiD OFFICE ucyrs 

i^tr M A AUMMrto 
I D^- 1 finisMI dBee sHes 
4 M^ atte M^ Water, sew- 
I «■, nrt A «^r iMMed. 
{ Aifam IkCsve AUster. 

I-- «fiJSE 

GREAT BRJDGE-Hsli Mta- 
2,2 story 4 bedroom, 2 
'ath. 2000 plus sq. ft. 
area. By owner, 
No agents please. 
547-30e6. 

HARBOR • year 
furnished cottage, 
Mcaml, 390 fl. from Abte- 
nsrUe Sowd, «|O,0OO. 
tHWer will finance. 340 ■ 



SASSER 

Rutty Co. 484-66B0 

2K Grajwm Sreet - Waterview 

nutfftf Tndor.-styled home with 5 bedrms., 3 
bite, large tanUy room with fir^jtece and de- 
tadMd fsn^, ^ m lovdy wooded M vtth a 
f ta esd hM^u4. BMn ^n: a 1 year ERA MtO^ 

fumM niun Pi«Md « N9,mo. 

A^: I^ mUfldd 4i4-S433 



Tta Jtesi^ talov are waiwrteaals In reri estate 
tte MMcvlta to n strteleade «leM» as MsaAers 
alleiUMdstatebaar(ai«daftte!hHe«d AsMclattea 
M RmI EsMe Betfis. 



HOUSE OF THE WEEK 




Pm^et yom MrMMMtf Sm OM of tlm^ hmiing c/m RtOtoni 







Mwi Bit^hers 
^Ifv Co. 



4i4.4fl4ft 




BRADY k 

A^dctitMihw. 

Realtprs 

SM7-A ^felNca M. 



T 



mtmnmumMSf 

^M/n FM: 
CUOUS D. JMnOM 

A $m, M. 



SASSER 




SraOGIwMmlMMi 



a 



hv&yva ormg^ and nrAlt* eaf 
hat b—n hmn^^ arbmrti t^ 

ChMapam 9 Civic 
Cantor to^li^ h$t 
If you cui Idmitify i 



M 2 




Or. PMNp Timiwr 

DR. fcft«r STIFF m y« „i«&^ 

FAMILT rumuKi 
GYNicoLOGif amnma 

1014 ftrk Avernw 
Norfolk, Viri^ta 



tt2-l30i 



thlg cat, ^^m 
GMIS47-9615 



•"CQUE^PAIK 






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to 



VmANltBAL 

SALEfMAN OF THE 

Sniff T#me 109,000 

Wow! 'Coagratalations 
MM. Nenl. Ste U a new 
sales staociate with us 
tare at Rtcardio lac. 

Vivian asta all her many 
friends to cootect her tor 
aU th^ taqringand seU- 
Ing nssdi . 

Home M2-3S93 or 547- 
4555. 

Rteardobic 
JlMltora. 

351 Jotastown Rd. 
Ctasapmke 

547-4695 

"b tte heart of Great 



d 



Bridge" 



Loaira 

NOTE and AUTO 

Norfolk 

County 

Finance Co. 

LOCALLY 
OWNED 

462-3381 

MS BATTLEFIELD BI.VI) 
SIK»l'|'IN(r<:KNTKH 






M iiifMr raneh ir 2«^oty 

3 D0(»«)rm 2 M IX*»CiDiJt*V SfcJwri Fomiv room 
Overg» oarme. Mh &O0O sq ft. tot*. 
WvO»efcth» TenrtjCk^i 
nt Waisea, Pombrete Realty 



UHyilMNC 



@ 



ipcwich Vlope.Calege Pork 

HoiJingi Court off Paromont. C».; 1-64 to Indian 

raver Rd inteKrfwnoe Weft Irrt. to Cdteae Poik 

mttran^;FoiowtiarKDays4M-15« _ 

Sslw OHice 420-««9NlKlrts 497-7141 



KODAK WESTINGHOUSE 

EVEREAOY KEYSTONE 
POLAROID HOL90N ALBUMS 

DEALERS WANTED 

Individuals, male or female, wanted by l.p.g. for tta 
sate Of name brand photo products and processiv 
..SST*'^ °^ merchandise only. Minimum purchaseis 
|5a7. Be a part of tta fast-growing biUion dollar 
ptaloindost^! 

Call Mr. Green (Tcdl Free) 1-800-848-1200 
Or Write: INTSRRATIONAL PHOTO SUPPLY 
IMHTUrtSt. 

43215 



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Sponooiad t>y: ) 



IMIQIJES 



IT 1 Show & Sale 

^^^^^^^ L II I. ■ «.H»:n- « in ■i-»r— 1 ■ — ■ — ■ ■■ ■■ ■ ■ -»..>». 




JULY 28, 29. 30, 31, 1977 



fcei^ii^ii^l»^ M '^«' 



i^is-^aai^ae^ei^ if^is^p 



CIVIC CENTER 
Virginia Beach, Va. 



THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY - 1 P.M. to 10 P.M. 
SUNDAY - 1 P.M. to 7 P.M. 



• QMHiirShMi 



feMMtsnaMiOnamyl 

<* i ADMISSION Witt Ois .»1_1 or MORE 



t2.00 



11.50 EACH (Tax bicluded) 



mT^m- 



. -I 

low to Write a/Penon-fo-Penon 
Qasrified Ad that Sells! I 



STATi THI ITEM 

T^l your reodan exacHy what you're 
•ellint riflif owfoy. Don't bother with 
fancy feotwres yet. They don't wont 
lo know It's "Wlion K28" unHI after 
they knew It's a set of golf dribs. 



CHVE INOIIGH NiPORMAnON 

All ad thot't too short becomes expmiiiva If ft 
«o«n t sell yow item. "Golf Oubs. 00(M)000" 

SlSMl?.!^ !!ft!l *•• "•"> '»'»«Ho«». What 
kind? What model? CondiliM? State 
the price or toy "Moke on offer " 




H HOI»T 

Peni mOitki^im 9mm 9r or- 
•M«rM Mm wMy. "Nmw 
9« tels ^ valk 



imi" Mqp «ft mere offers. Your 
reodarswrnt 10 Iwy #a« I 
OM ^ Mteiy em ttwt. 



MAKI SURi CUSfOMRS 
CAN RiACH YOU 

Jim o phmie RwnlMr b enoogh If you 
will be home all Ike Hme Ifee ad !• 
Mmbit. if not, pMf oMter mof get 
•iiseMtrafled and dedde not to coll 
back, ly oddinfl "After « P Jl.« your 
swta^or knows enodiy when ta 
con recKh ye«. 



Avoid long-winded language when 
short phrases vrill do. "Super de- 
hme, ottTodtee Woe and 



AtlanHc bog" con be shortened to 
"blue and v^He AHonfic bag." 
Thot way yea con convoy a IM of 
In f e r m oH ow «Aite taking odvanto^ 
of OM- low Penon-to-Penen rales. 



CaU 647-457 1 

VIrgiaia ImcI Sn 

Chasapaalie Past 



i. 





11 



lil 




^.MARKETS 




..MM 



VEAL SHOULDER 

ROAST 




ROUND iOrC , 

Veal Cutlets 



SALE TNIU mr 23, If 77 

mi llSitVf TNE RIGHT 
TO IMIIT QUANTITIIS 

WE WELCOME FOOD 
STAm REDEMPTtONS 



^ott 03 



IIELUIAN'S 

MaytiiaiM 



LB. $1.99 
La $1.49 

LB $1.69 



Veal Rib Chops 

Veal Loin Chops 

Veal Sirloin Chops is $1 -29 

^ShouMer Qiof^^ lb 99c 



ia59c 



Vaidmew 




LI. 

Veal^wrt RiW 
V^Stew ^f^ LB.99C 

BONE-iN ».B.rac| Pure Beef SwwNsd SsAJsa^ 



HILLSHIRE FAHMS 



Lg^ 



99c 



HILLSHIRE FAW^ 



.UiT# 1 per curtomar wHh ttris 
ocH^xm 



and otfwr purahaaes. 



,lS^b 



Smithfield 
Din-f^Frante 

W ALL MEAT _ 

OR AU. BEEF ,_b. ^C 



^iU'e E 



HM6RY JACK MASHfO 

Fttotats 

32 OZ. 
lOX 

Limit 1 per cuMxner wWi tN« 
' titwpen «id ettwr puraiiana.' 



COMiO FRYIN6 



CHICKEN 



^ 



2 DRUMSTICKS 

2 THIGH POFrriONS 

2 BREAST PORTIONS ^g 



IVOIY IIQUID 



.Gaod ttvu Ai^ 23, 1977. 



22 OZ. 
ITl. 



PETERPAN 

Peanut Butter 



18 (2Z. 
JAR 



AN6ELS0FT 

Towels 



1621 PLY 
SHESrnOLL 



liirNORY 



24 OZ. 
lOX 

Limit 1 per puatomv iMth this, 
"ooi^nn and other purttaBeeT' 
1937. 



DUNCAN NINES ASSORTS) 

Cake Mixes wqz^bqx 



Sugar 



Drinte 






I 



vJW S3 



CIISCO 



II 



24 OZ. 
ITl. 



TIDE lAUNDRY 



Detergent 



3 II. I 01 
lOX 



MUEL1ERB.B0W 

Macaroni 

NBTEA LIQHT 

ice Tea Mix 



16 0Z.PKa 



3.2 OZ. JAR 29c 



SWANSQNUTE 

Chunk Chicken 



5QZ. 
CAN 



OUT RITE OR 

R.C. Cola 



1 per cualomer \Mitt) tN%. 
coupon and other purciHWi 
.Go od ttiru July 23, 1 977, 

nEULMmo 

SftiiipM 



J 



I 



I 



HEINZ 320^ 

Keg of Ketchup btl. 

OLD ViRGINIA STRAWBSlRr 

Preserves woz-jar 



59c 



^c 



IVOIY PEISOIIAL SIZE 

Sooi 



3.5 Ot 
lAll 



TEXASPETE 

Hot Dog Chill 



410t^OZ.^4 
CANS «Pl« 



PET NOh OAiRY COf« 

Creamer 



NA^QO 



JACK'S A6ST. 

C^^des 



ISfirpKQ. 



79c 



3 pio^ $1.00 



.UmH 1 per Malemer with thto, 
ooi^jon andsUier pwtfttMB. 
I ttvu >My ^ 1977. 



SECiniOHON 

Aitl-Nrs|ilrait 



I M2 OZ. 

in. 

JJrrM 1 per cuMwner «Mh tMt. 
ax^on $nit other ptin htiiea. ' 



„*-ei 



X 



s^^ 






Se^ 



/^ 



AMPSm 



Pork & Beans 



f«77. 



CIEST 

Ttttlipfsti 

lEWAI-WRT 

$109 



III 



$rifiiTT 

leer 



7 0L 
TME 



HOK^RWRWIKATED 



mA 



OnlOTO 



Bire^«El 



Kielba^ Sausage 

Smok^ Hocks Qooo for seasoning 



LB. 



$1.39 



CHESAPEAKE LOCATIONS 

4027 JSainbridge Blvd. 
2^ BatlM^Id Blvd. 
272S CamfOstiAa Road 
! no Oebrge Wasiiington.Hwy 
^40 Batttfield Blvd. 
41(X) B. indiaa River Rowi 



VA. BEACH LOCATIONS 
172 South Plata Trail 
aOO Great Nedt R<Md 
2%1 awre Drive 
30th and Artie 
S785 B. N«Jh«jMtoii Blvd. 
4U KempaWMuIr 
929 tM^i^^mm^t^. 



13 07 



D¥f* 



M^MlTH'fi 



^^^Hm 



's^uee. 



^M^JA 



le Juice 



® '^.69C, 
"^"^ $1.09 



^iAOQ^ 



T 



•AiiOH 



Deluxe c^ 

UpmcA 

Cdttaj 
Fruit 



^2021 



Ptm. 



^eese 
t^e^ 



8QZ 



PKG. 



99c 
59b 



24 C^ 



CUP 



% 



ms. ^ 



US MO. 1 WWII 



Jjeri 



.with mis 



^^^g^^^^M 



sorry- 




# 




we don r agree 



B| wfomt k. vwsm 
SUN dkotnt Mi^ger 

Norfolk Htv^pers Hen, to «iAt 
VliYtate IMi# ^|M»wte dMl Witt 
tMrlst« In t s^eW^ my (vwni^s as 
spgauA to • mnnms or trrtst). 
T^ ANi't r^nmeiri any special 
tmittnM tor tie wttaiiir tuvntaf 
cltii« 

0» tte fiwt page of tte B^coo 
^^ tn HoiaMk Mwfl^itters on Ji^ 
M, mt toltoi^ stktennt i#a^. 
"I^Mrism BUir a^ be tbe Uti^d 
(A Wrflaia Bm^", M few vo^dd, 
ctal^ge a stUeneot ttet it awltal^^ 
inqiwteiA to m ^ty . . . . Staff 
Wrfter Sim ^IK wrtt^ al«at » eOeq^e 
fA ^wricte wbo trore welcomed in wiiaf 
eo^ iHirdly be etwsidttred a cordial 
BMUier.* 

bisi(te the BMon ms a^tMir aboot 
two IttcteOBd w(ni«t 19iM ^ y^rs 
old. 1^ l^toi w tMirW witb a 
Mkrier Ml of bew aad headed to tte 
Beach Jpr a sboiipstt. This h^fiened 
onJM^ll i 

iter tileeieb« ifl^a QWtel in ^ 
2tM UeskofAtlaiitteATe^th^ carried 
tt^ l«laB|^tet (iacM^ Oe beir 
raiAMr) iiri»^ii^ room. 

Abo^ U:SO p.B., the story says 
the girls ofiaM a can of beer each 
apd carried tteir refreshment oat oxAo 
the gnasy are» iMMtween their^groond 
level room and th«\06ardw«tt. 
~ The women finished the beer, totric 
the cans iniMe and went for a walk, 
rvtumiag to tteir room about 12: M. 
They opened two more cans of beer, 
rdmrniflg to tte gnssynreaa second 
time. 

Two yomig mm ciai« iq> and started 
teil^ to Uie girls. After abnjt 10 
n^MrteS) tte' girls (tedded to go back 
into their room. Wboi tfaey started in 
the door, two pUlaelethes policemen 
came op and asked fOr their ideodfi- 

tails thai - .A 
procednre. Police gave the women 

Vtmr «Mh 
tt«eir in a fiftUc place. 

Tim Eittta^ Owens in his eidnmn 
joM SB to li^ (rf a so-called "get 
ton^" pi^tey^ the part of tte gfind 
Predfttt Md thdr commudini tMleer 
Capt. C.R. Weest. 

"Itore Uan 200Q petgile have been 
srr^l^ I? 0^ SMMfl ^reduet." 
bemoans Owos. 

TomM the end of his ed^orial, 
OwMs «qK<»ses the far thathem^ht 
be arreted te driiiiflg a beer in 
Ms 4«^gWd«eAa^e it too is a piddie 
Idaee UTtt eH^ viewed If V» piddic. 

Omm t^BK^es by «^|^ Oat we 
MmM ma iMtrists of time diisGure 
^itites n^iA a toulst might Inad- 
vwtMMy violate." 



f ti- 



lt's the opiBtan of the Virginia Beach 
SUN that the Mttrfelk newspapeNjrtory 
and editorial were a ^uncb x^ly *- 
.«id €Mtaiid)r an wwarrented crnKn 
of Beach law eMoreement. 

1. Driiddng beer in a public place 
is a violatiM of stmte AJjfohoUe Bev- 
erage Control laws. Tht same laws 
apply in Richmond (where the women 
came from) as the BeiKh. A public 
place is: any pnDUc property, any 
property opoi to the pobUc or any 
propeily wMgh MM vltwed by the 
pribU^. NttaiHlyP«nklna is legal in 
a licensed public p; 

£. A lot of people m the lourlat 
bwdness as well as the Beacon, woold 
like to see the tourists get a warning 
and taqiayers an arrest or anrnmooa. 
Capt. Waastaays thai tds pUlwa|*y 
is: ''what is good for the goose is 
good for the gander." Equal law eo- 
foreemenl for everyone. 

3. It U dlfflcalt to inugine that 
aayoM weald drag a eopler Ml of 
beer frtei Richmond to the Beach, 
lost to drink two beers after arriving. 

4. We wonder if we At op the ftoot 
lam tf Oe htmi^ aOm and «ank 
A nn «f hew tf Gdltet Owens would 
pn « a inniag, Mh« b« called 

^tew! 

5. 1^, jmM residepto or tourisU 
M»# «iik4t wd dow Ike hoifd- 
f^ Mi JM 4very person drtiAiag 
1 ^^^r. nA would be the effect of 

I 4Mi't think Ods is the kind 

^ ghao^ h ew ttat most peq^e would 

U j«st fine If 

to ratpM^t qiBaatities, at 

Mttiiiii a«Ml in th* HlPhl 





uampground 




use of Seashore 



^ LEE CAiULL 
SUN Pmic Aibirs Writer 

A stndymaluatiflgtbepos- 
stbte uses oft 90-acrebeadi 
trtct at Sea^ore Katp Park 

is now before the ^te Park 
Committee wl^chis eiQiected 
to make re««imdati(ns at 
its Mzt oULcUlL meeting. 

The study was made Jointly 
by the City of Virginia B^ch, 
iriAch wasfts toe tract 
ouvefted to a pddic 
bathing bM<^ aid picdc 
arn, and the State Depart- 
m^ <d Conservation and 
Economic Devd(¥ment» Di< 
vision Of Parts. 

Three alternatives were 
evauated -- craverttag the 
area to a day-beadi/pieiyic 



ar», lMvii!i the ar«i as a 
campgrwud nd convert!^ 
it to |.Attiflg and wtere 
itody am. 

Altbodgh w> recommento- 
tiotts were made in the study, 
leavtaf the site as a ttmp- 
ground got tee b«rt marks 
in the cimsttenittM (^ seven 
varices. T^a into ac- 
cmrt were the eonversbm 
cost, positive eeiwMnic 
ii^act, number of pe<q>le 
served, revenue produ^ied, 
positive environmental im- 
pact $ai ooi^tibility wite 
miBsterpIan. 

V^ a, scale of 1-3^ tee 
eampgRnmd area got four 
^^onen" and teree "twM", 
tiie hiking and nature «tu^ 



*TU, two "mss*\ tm 
"tw»", andthrw"ttaws", 
UK] tte day-use beadi, m» 
"ent", two "tww" and tour 
"ttr«s." 

finHKflman Mm R. Grlf- 
M suggested at Ifomtay's 
InfnraMl City Coneilses- 
sloi, Oat tte ^rtmaynot 
be M»ded as a(tey-webM<A 
tf the eUtf aoj^res Fort 
Stiffy test(»d. m iUfor 
Cteroce A. H(dlaad nsn't 
dnot to court on getting 
Fort ^ry and said, "We 
can almys convert it bade." 

The stwl^ eatimatea tee 
cost ot eoavM'^ to day- 
care use at 1132,185 and 
tee araatf matelHiance and 
operation cost at |162,C^ 



collared to f^jtt^i ot 
PS.OOO and |iM,03S fbr a 
campground area and 
ISO.Q0O and $21,040 tor a 
hUdyag^^Mture study ar^. 

At tee Mme tbne revenue 
gm»tfed by a (by-use beach 
and jdoiie area was es- 
tiauM at»|102,299 a year 
vMie teal a{ theapipgronnd 
at|12l»^ayear. 

Hoirava', tt» iby-nse 
beadi woold serve IM,395 
people te a five monte sea- 
soa while the canqpground 
f^cUity would serve 169,601 
people. 

"Rie 90 acres tevolved to 
the stodgy are located in tee 
norteWMt comer of tee 2100 
acre park on theChesapndce 
Bay. The study also stetes 



ttwt the mmriy of piMto arena bf the <^. Andh« 

beach fn^age in Viri^ya poteaHal site dted in tee 

Bea(^ could be increoMd r^ort Is tee 3,400 foot te^ 

teroogh the purchase ctfsi^ beach wItliB Fort Story. 



Inside toitoy 

Safari dream for Woman - page B-8 
Woman akeet shooter - page B-2 
Pro-boxing results - page B^2 
Dogs chase Frisl>ees • page B- 1 




■s,. ., 



^Serving the 4A/orld's largest resort city* 




5 fst Year. No. 29 
Virginia Beach, Va 



EubHshed Wednesday for week ending August 2, 1977 



15 cents 
Two Sections 




SSSmmmmm 




own risk 



Socktttomel 



By LEE CAHILL 
SUM Public Affairs Writer 



The city may Ittvetoered 
an "Enter At Your Own 
Risk" sign to go alfflig wite 
the "Welcome to Viigteia 
Beach" sign if someUdng 
isn't done about the mwe 
athletic types on the beach. 

Councilman R.L. "Baddy" 
R^s said Monday after- 
noon: 

"We spend a great deal 
(rf money inviting peofde to 
the beadi, but I've been hear- 
ing about a lot of pn^lems. . . 
We may have to uldthe sipi, 
"Enter at Your Own Rid." 

The iffcMem concerns 
OMtMy Mdiees, bat also 
balls -anythii«vMch beach 
pwrs lite to play wite at 
tte beadu taDorant by- 
atetm s(»^imes get hurt. 
by ten hnrtlli* objecte or 
1^ preocaipied athletes who 
t>jjgti|airtte sunbateers dur- 
teg tee pursuit ot frisbees. 



Mahi^any SMsation, owned by Kiitli Mo^ 
gwi, do«»n't mind baing wi flW i^aeaiving 
m$k of a c<|ot blast of watar from a hota 
irt #ita^tk| Atma Slablas. Wondar iiowii^y 



oihart stood in Ifaia for tha sama traatnwit 



said the ctty shouM 

eonskier prohildting ate- 

dvring tha racant hot spall? (Photo by JOAN hiic-type acUvtees on the 

ASHLEY) 



beaches during the summer 
months. 

Bidch Kitdien, of teelforte 
Beach Service, and Keat 
Himiant, of ^OceaaRancwo 
Service, ite mannfe tee 
lif egnard stetiois aloag tte 
beach strip, agreeiL 

Kitdien said tte mtejed 
came up beto^, but teeame 
a hot i»toto, wten dmrges 
of htfringbiv ea individual 
r^^wereai^. 

Councilman , Robert R. 
Cromwdl said teat he voted 
against tntihildtion tte last 
time, but as tee area density 
becomes greater so does tte 
prdtlon. He tboughittepro- 
hibition might te between 
9 a.m. and 5 p.m. 

Vice Mayor Patrick L, 
Standing said teat tte norte- 
em end of tte beadi test 
become almo^ as crowded 
as tee str^ since tee toils 
were taken off tee HaB^ltoB 
Roads Bridge-Tunnel. 

Coundl dedded to refM> 
tee matter to tee Bendi 
Safety Coundl and tee Bene* 
Patrol and Beadi ServlM. 



Witnesses overtbokad in Newliart case 



J 



By RHONDA NIC»LL 

Twu key witnesses in tlH> mm: ul CtH>ihi|H.<iik(.' SAerill 
Jdm Hewhart say that they have ix4 bet.ii iiUerr(iKatt<d 
^ Vlf|i|tia B«ich police. 

Mb are possible eyewitnesses to relevaM pwtioes of 
tte steriff's acti^ies on tte nigM of May 11, wten te 
was ummmam Virglate Beach police nf efeaffid wtt 
attewpMlllly. abdMNon, uA wt ti a flrentte te. 

;rtSe POffFasked oxk witness if te krf tentp^imwi 
by Virginia Beach police on the nigbt of tte att^cd crime 
or steee mi Ume "Not a lot,' i^Md tte mtmm. tm 
wlttMM MS asked by tte POST if te terigivena state. 
ment to tee Virginia Bea0 p^ice. "Ttey nevw adced tor 

'-»said. 

the police aA if tee OmW seemed tetoztcat^ 

tee ttm a^ed tte tll^^s. "Tte qMsttoa 

ip/* laM tee MtaeM ' 

tey witAMs, iMo obvmsly tes vital t^immy 

i« tete tte ae^ter and M ^Hlff on thrt t^ 

ii any oonted wtt VliglMi takch bw wriMvNnaM 

nfllXila until "about tmwe^s ^,"(^« moMtflteH- 

tte%eMB«t.) 

"Ma weeks ago tte wittMs was «Mla^^ %pMwn 



1^ said ttet te was ui imeMnlar tor tte Vti^ite teach 
Pdif» DepnrtN^. Ite tev^^tor called en ttetdepbime 
aid iMdo an ^p^rtmmt to meet at tte witness' home to 

ne la.v-st^tw never showed 19 fw tfM appdidmod 
HadJNv?ratftodte«MeMtt. « 

Tte a M4 Am IMflb tethdp oemmiMariton tftm tee 
Wto^ia B A . b Pdit» l^plfiiMal. 

Tb« ^ abw tarn Vmyiti^MWmii pcdice teve 
uMe! Shertfl Neitert Im* a ta-mal statemort eon- 

^w^gqe aa e ted ewMite vt tee teiJMM< . 

tte POST An tetiaad ttet a r^resedaUve m ftm 
C^tyaoOTenMi^ IttMfMHr's tm^ ms M tte Cte«[^Mke 
aMTifTs Depnrtmtel to fiestten a C^npnte d^aty vteo 
tes ao ^parent enmedlon wltt tte caM. That tecM^ 
hnppania aftM- tee grud jury hearing at iteldi tttt stertfl 
■■I Imtlilart 

Tte f^on d term pk^mt tdM frtm ttte ^iftff'" 
ev lipaar to te m tiwrted'pnrt ^ tte pxme^^m't 
ante agated tee iterMI. tte MiF talted to om witeess 
iMa «M ^M to ^i^ tte pletarw If pdiM. Mae of 
tea fMwM w«s of ttM Omm, tee iMms saM. Tte 
wlteet t MM ted te earn ad M««ity tte pidw«. 



SieHff Newtert's trial will te teld on Thursday, Jdy 
n. ta tee Circuit Conri of Virginia B«idi. Cowt be^ 
at 10 a.m. 

Detaue attorney tor tee sheriff is Pd^ Oedwr, d tte 
tew ftraa of Decker, Zdbj, Collias and Christie te Metiolk. 

P ran e cut ing attorney is Amfre ^nm^ Virgtete B^eh 
OnaiBwnre>lte«s a^ft^. Evus tea b^ asdstjd te^» 
(^se by Paul Sciortino, Assisted Ci»nm(«wwlth's AMwy. 

One ot tte ^fk^l diarges, tte use d a finsrm in 
^misskw d a telmy was dropped by a Virginte B^eb 
grand Iwy. HeiAart wlU te tried im tte dter t«« dmrges. 

A tnUl ^ }«r} will W betd, aeo(»ttag to tte rtM^est 
d tte delMse. Tte trial is eqiect^ to lad terough f^tn- 
dtey and pMSll4y teto Friday. ~ 

^rfff Newtert is j gr e ynt ly a cMMate Im- re-dedte 
after serving an (^illt-yter term as Ctes^iteie AnMt. 

n te wins Uw aute, te wtti teve todMMe wlwlter or 
nd to carry on vMi^f ompa^. 

Ikt te pr^ndy ^|RMd In tee stenirs net ^ two 
oMMtetes: Wilbur itean, M, tormw pdtee diM to iMtt 
Chn^^ and Sitf^ Md C.W. mm IMI^mA; &: 
M-yetf 4M Ctenpwytt batt bentWMif. 





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\a day on Ruffian Road 



ioe virgiou iseitcu di'CA located on Kultun Koadis se«n 
bjr some as a dflpository for pets no longer wanted. The 
burgeoBloc p«t population brinfs the SPCA an unbelievatde 
number of fottr'laReil tarry creatures, and occasionally 
a feathered friend or two. 

' The patrons wh^ bring animals to the SPCA lor pUcenent 
in loving homes oAdrfaU to realize the ezpnues inearred 
in keeping and caring for the animals until soneo^ ta#eas 
along who is willing to accept theresponsibili^ctf ^v^Um 
a caring home forthecast-off pet. In addition to ttw es^nae, 
the problem of placing the huge number of anlnals tta^ 
receive presents difficulties. For example, du^ttwnim 
of June, the Virginia Beach SPCA took in ap^tttfAMidy 
400 cats. 

The following log is reprinted from the SPCA Mwsletter. 
It is enUUed, "A ^ring Day on Ruffian RMd." 

WM Eater ft oni^ six WtMi In a earSxMrtbwi. 
'"nqr're cote, tadttiy kittens; ytw'U tevenot»MtogettllGf 
ttMA Mioitod." Tk^e six ara aiMed to the nineteen in 
teX^PUypM. 

lOilS Enter a woaun, fonr kittens in ter p|astic dis^jwa. 
"Lo^iMMt I'lnelvom^ jraul" ' 

10:^ Phow: "I have ttvt mtrna. May I bring them in?" 

10:S» One kitten adopted! 

litis none: "Vn }ust ftnad two balnr sqairrds. Wiat 
AaU Ilecd ttMa?" 

Um Wmi: "A IM^ Mrd tea fallen mit of its ant. 
in»tstalll(k>?" 

11:1S EMer a young man with three kittens in a paper 
bag. "You wcwi't put them to sleq). will you?" 

11:30 Enter a ywaf temily with cat and five kittens. 
"We thoi^ mliad a male:" 

IVM One kittM adciAed. "You sura^ have a good 
aetocttOB." 

4Mt Phone: "My husbaitf 's lawnmower tore upa raldtlt's 
nest. What can I dp witti tte baUM?" 

11:15 A bn tf Six pii^es. , 

12:30 PtoM; "My mm oune terae with a balqr ratMt." 

12:35 nem; "MMse s^ s<m^9ody out to st<9 the men 
1^ are ctK^ii^ A>wn trees. Ttere are ^sts in ^)se 
trees!" 

1:10 &x more pi^es. 

i:2S (^ poiipy a^vted. 



200 A kiu^ry taeket with five WtteBs. We feeWv 
a^'t MM tho^t (tf havtiv the mi^er ^3^?" 

1:11 n» jNpy i^lMtd. 

2:30 ]^ne: Two imr* ^teMh»«l t&hf birds. 

2:31 ^e Mm Mi^«L 

2:45 P^ 9«^H. "My female Sealyham got loww." 

3:00<%WlttMM0pted. 

3:10 nam: "Doywteveaay Uttwi?" 

i-M A man aUps in Jist as the CLC^EO sign is going 
ly. "1 IttV* sow* Mtteiis ." 




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SHUPmiNE CO. po.mjx sm savannah. QA3i4(a 



Waiting patiwilly in ^bushes. Whis|)cr 
Th0 tlOBt lUfkS awaits tfia arrival ^ an unsuspacting bird. 

(Photo by JOAN ASHLEY). 

Summer safety tips 



,AOj»:' 

may be Mdi^g ^ to M swnB«r's extended period of 
hot, humid ireather, there an some d^nite (bngers asso- 
ciated with extreme summer Irat and too much sun. 

In an av^i^ year, aiXMk 175 Ameri^tt <& from tte 
effects at summer h^t and sun. Amonf &mily hasards, 
only the excessive cold of wMir--acA l%htn^, hurri- 
canes, toramloes, floods ot euit^pakes—take a greater 
toU. 

The "h»t syndrome", physical ei^l^sse resulting from 
Ugh temperatures or too much sun eqx»ure, occurs at 
aO ages, iMd: ttie severtty tends to increase wi^ ag$. 
Umt cramps ii a I7-fear-old may be heat exhaustion 
in someone 40, or h^t ^hAe in a person over 60. 

As precautiomry mMSures, those int«it oa enjoying 
the summer stm .tfrauld keep tbc^e tips in mtad: 

SLOW DOWN. Ywr tady can't do U l^st in high temp- 
eratures mi huiMftin; it mi^ ^ it" worst. 

HEED YOUR BODY'S EARLY WARMDIGS, such as 
excessive perapiratiM, dizziness, racing ^rttient, tbit 
indicate heit sywlrome is w the way. Redi^e yow level 
ot activity immediately and g^ to a oxder ettvlrotmnt. 

mf^ F(% SUMMER. Lii^ireii^t, U^-odored etotting 
r^ects heat aMt sunl^:U and hel{m the body's h^t ref- 
lating system raai^in its normal temperature. 

PUT LESS FVEL 0« YOUR INNER FIRES. Foods con- 
taining fgsMi iMSEnse the bock's httt lurotte^lott and 
abw tercMM waler l<»s. 

DOIf'T DRY OUT. tl&i wave weatlKr can wring you 
01$ bebare you know tt. Dri^ {delrty eg wa^r while the 
hot spell lasts. 

STAY SALTY. Unlns ytm're on a salt-reitricted di^, 
take an occartcmd salt tablet or some satt solutioB wten 
^w've worked up a sw»t. 

DOIf'T GET TOO MUCH SUN. i^bora ukes the hfOfs 
pb ot heat regulation ttmt much mmre ilifB^. 
_ Altng with h(rt sumnMr days often come violent tlwm- 
ilr^wms. Here are a few nfety rules when tlmater 
nd 1^^^ are in the forecast. 

STAT UlSOOfSS and dkn't venture oiteide unl^s ai»o- 
M^y iffice»»ry.i 

^AT AWAY from (q»n doors and wthdows, fir^laces, 
nidiators, stoves, metal pip^, sMu, and plug-in electrical 
ifldiances. 



ocmyjiSE pe{:^,^^in.|ri|g!i^ «(f^^^ 
Ittir dryers, electric toothbrush^ or electric rtixora' 
durii^ the storm. 

DON'T USE the ttiefriwae duri^ a storm—lif htnii% ' 
may rtrihe outside tek^Kwe l ines. 

DCW'f WOBX. on fences, tel^tene or power lines, 
pipelines, oc strucbiral steel la te;ication. ^ , 

DCHI'T WE metal (H^xis like fishi^ rods and gdf 
cMw. Gottnrs waring deated sho«s are particularly good 
U^i^grods. 

DON'T HANDLE flammtftte materials in open containers. 

STC^ ti^MT woi^ specially wh«> tt» tractor ispuUiiv 
m^l eqi^«it, rnddtsawwrt . 
GET OUT of the water and small bmts. 

STAY in your ;n^<HwMle if you are traveling. Auto- 
raoMes (Mk* ensell^ ligMuag protecttau. 
m(rtdl» oBer e»:elleat I^fatning protection. 

SEEK SHELTER to iNiildiq{s. If i» tmildiqrs are vhti^' 
aHAt jaar best protectim is a cave, ditch, canyon; or 
mder tead-Ugh clumps (rf^ trees in open foiest glades. 

WREN THERE IS NO SHELTER, ai^d the bigtest 
object in tte irm^. If ody isolati^ trees ar&i^irtiy, 
your best fsv/ttdtkm is to crouch in tte opm^ i^eiNqE 
twi<» as ^r amy fttm isolated trees as the tr««s are 
high. 

AVIOD hilltqps, opra spt^s, wire feMes, metal clothes 
lines, oqinsed i^ieds, ud a^ <^i^ricaUy c(wdiKtive ele- 




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Bariness MaaagO' 



BRENT A. IR^RIS 

General 



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DALE BOONE 
Clrenlatton Manager 



TOMSmK:0 
Advtrttitag Manner , 

PtflMed ennr Wwlaestey If Bywly PiUiattons with 
mala nOcf toe^tf nt IM BosnmaM Rd.. VtriWaBeiei^ 
Va. &M. Sn^iMl daas pMi^ pM «t Lyanhavw 
StetenJnVln^ita Beach. St'VMk sabsertptton by maU: 
1?^ (Mher rates pidUish^ m legal page. 




Ton^, 
llk#.any 
lother 
mghtlhotjsands 
of you will gplo steep Ughf. WHh 
your mfriddouded ... \»#i Ihe 
cellInQ spinning. Thousanc^ of you 
do It night after night. And the 
raMttkjhls you doit -JtiKUB^ 
fl^Pli^w hcr/6 to <io IMMRKcr ' 
' My if/vllrlte or cairin cpnficlence 
forfoclsor^ the program for 
the treatment of alcoholism. In a 
comfdrtcbie. caririgafrTiosphere. 
Specialists can help you find the 
way to a good night's sleep ... 
wtttiout your having to go to sleep 
tlg^. 



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AoowdHed by Ihs JcM CORvrMon on Ihtt" 

nOOIWSIQiOn Of HOipllCII. 

Ap|3io>^a<Pf«u»C»mQ »yii.-M »ctcar» 
and ott)8r NKMhpoi^wciQ#. 



M pM isei an electrtwl charge, jwur hair stands <» 
ad or your skin titles, UeUaIng may be ab(M to staike 
]m. nrap to ^ grmmd immed^dy. 



1T1 o(^ ttwge Ak^^id ftoMnes as aput:ic ieivtce: 




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ftuthontic Britipi^h 'n' chips that have made HSalt so 

foOMHIS. 

Look for ^ whits building with the distinctive' reu uiin and 
(»me c&KHM from a variety of dehcious seafood meals. . . like 
oiff crispy, white, fish fillets, tender fried shrimp or clams 
f iddon ^Kdoiu hushpuppies with gt' )le slaw, li. 

*b' aiiy oaimi rioift and delicately ftii-„ v.-.^a. 1^'*" *'^ 
m^^SM ta^ hot biscuits, tempting choice of dp 
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Vii»irt« »««* »», Ml »; IWt - A-$ 

M/ca/i Alderman wins state crown 




By BUD LOWE 
SUN Bairt Reporter 

ijayswit s Mirclui^ Mar- 
uiiettB Oriil Tuitiii liMs (lone 
It «|»ia. 

Micah Alderman, Ca|^n 
ol the Bftyside Marlinette 
Drill Team, was receoUy 
selected Hiss DrUl T«u& of 
VltfMa lt17,at^Natl(»al 
Dr^ T^mToiittiattoiiCttD- 
p^tiU», at iOnds tXtmlnlM. 



Micch was !H-esftnt«l tbe 
award by her sister, Lyui, 
vhofteM tke title for 1976. 

Vauntt Pearson, ilso a 
liAHloette, w%$ awarded 
ttrst rw^r ^ U^ tbe title. 
Aft twn,Baysid«todE first 
la tbe d^ce routine and 
fourtb overall. 

Micab Alderman Itts been 
ft member ttf tbe drUl team 
at Baysiito for tbree ymn 
and serv«lasco-c^^aiBlftst 




Micah Alderman Cleft) Miss Dril Team of 
Virginia, and Mrs. Darlene Creekmore, 
Director of Bayside's Marlinettes, with 
trophy. 



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Our pet of Uie week tbis week is Sadie, a one-year-old 
G«inan Sh^^rd-Huflkey mix. S^Klie was brougbt to the Vir- 
ginia Beadi SPCA nearly three raontiis ago. She arrived 
complete with her first litter Of ten pups. Robin Keech of 
the SPCA staff, shown above with Sadie, cared for the very 
young mother and her pups at her own home untU the pups 
were old enough for ad(M7tion. Robin will testify to Sadie's 
love for children: '*Even with her pups, she was Just great 
with ny one year old." Now, Sadie's pups are gone, and 
she herself is in need of something she's never had, 
(except aim SPCA> a loving and caring home. For further 
informatkm about adopti^ Sadie, call or visit tbe Virginia 
Beach SPCA. at 1098 Ruffian Road, 428-3601. 

IWMIIWIHIIMIMMHMIMIWIIIHHMIIIWIWMIMIIIHIIWIHIHtlWimMIIHIWIII^ 




announced 

James Fletcher Baiiies 
•and PhUlip Scott Folck of 
Virginia Beach have form- 
ed a partnership for the 
practice of arcbttecture. 
The firm iias offices at i ;>53 , 
Laskin Road, Virginia Be.ich 
and Kill i)evU Bins, North 
Carolina. Theofflci inNorth 
Carolina Vill belocateiJ in 
S«i Holly Square, a shop- 
ping center designed by tiie 
firm .and presently under 
construction. The partners 
are members of the Amei i- 
can Institute of Architects 
and are licMsed to prac- 
tice in Virginia and North 
Carolina. 



Piimmr'd Servte# 

(ttlp Qld-fashioned country store] 
— Shoe 1948 



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Come By and See Us 

We like to help or 
answer any questions 
you may Have about 
your animals. 

Try our fresh 
country 

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ttwt your home can be pictured in Htxqw For Living 

magazine. ' "' ». 

That means po^ntial buyers locally will know it's (or sals 

. . . and REALTORS- in all 50 statea and Canada 

will b« able to "show your home to people who 

are relocating hare. 

That's maximum exposure with Homes For Living 



yMr. She i^celved awards 
for ffiieell«»ee In mxnMM; 
and pMB-pmn <ttvUiM at the 
Amerlciaa DriU TMm 
Sctoil last yMT. 

Micab is a 1971 gnduate 
(tf Bayside. She wUl ^tead 
LMfwood College IntteftU, 
Witt a BJ. in Nursing u 
ber-g^ While at teysiite 
Uimh was co-chairman for 
jp^hntton, a prom com- 
mittee member, student ex- 
^M^« clairman, SGA r^- 
reMBlative, a memberttfti^ 
lAtti CliriS, and also a mem- 
ber of the concert chorus. 
Miss Al(terman is a member 
of tbe Bayside Christian 
Church where she is a mem- 
ber of tbe ctoir and vice- 
l^sMent of tbe YouQi Min- 
istry. 

Micah is the daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. 
Alderman. Miah, the SUN 
wwld like to say congrat- 
ulations to you, and to tbe 
girls at Bayside foif an tmlL- 
standlagjob. 



Dean's list 

Three Virginia Beach re- 
sidents were among those 
named to the Dean's List at 
Christopher Newport Col - 
lege for the second semester. 

Michael V. Farriss, Jos- 
i>pb H. Jackson and Aurora 
M. Olson were listed with 
dose studeirts who maintain- 
ed at 3.25 average or bet- 
ter for the tertjii. 




Home Improvement 

CarpMtry, roofii«, sUing, room^ditiOM,stMvwia-' 
dows and doora, plasteriof , electric, cooer^ work, 
idumUng f utteriif , renoMhc mAmmwA kitbroims. 
brick and Mock wott, iduoiMa M(ttif , flrM^ces, 
carpetiBt and paiiitia|. Sert^lg aU liklmvatff. 

For FrM Estlmats CiM 
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of V^flliila 




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AND AWNiNC 10. 



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Can These Men For PirsMil Servto* 

BiLL JOLLEY 588-0282 

DON CRANK 547-5589 

HOWARD KINQSLAND 484-8833 

FRIE ESTIMATES - FWAMCWG, 



Consolidated Report of Cmidition 



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Ddlar Amounts in Thouiuds 



0«iiat]r 

at the cloac of huBJneMicHi ^""^ ?"- 
ASSETS 

1. Caih and due from banks (Schedule C, Item 7) — ............. ...............~... 

2. U<S. TreatWy tecuiities (Sdiedule B, Item 1, Column E) ............. ......~~...... — ..... — . — ....—..... 

3. (Mriigaliont of other U.S. Government agencies utd corporationi (Schedule B, Item 2, <^unm E) 

4. Obligation* <tf States and political subdivinons (Schedule B, Item 3. Colunm E) ... . 

5. Other bandi,notca and debenture* (Sdhedule B, Item 4, Colunm E) — ............................ — ...... 

6. Corporate (tock..» . . — ............,..••.• 

7* TradLng account securities ~ '••• 

8. Federal funds sold and securitie* purcha*ed under agreement* to R*dl (Sdiedule D, Item 4) 

9. a. Loan*, Total (excluding unearned income) (Schedule A* Item 10) ...••..«. 

b. Less: Reserve for pos*ible loan lo*ses .,.......„........:..................... 

c. Loans, Net «»........~.«....M • ............................................ 

10. 'Direct lease financing ...», 



...And Fore^ and Domestic Subndiwies 
Made to the S tate Corporation Commiaaon 



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fixtures, and other assets r^resen^g hank premise* .w^>m«.^.^. 



14. CustonAen' liability to this bank on accepunces outstancUng 

15. Other assets (Schedule 0, Item 7) .."^^ 

16. TOTAL ASSETS (sum of items 1 th fy 1S> • "• ■■■■ ■■■t.»ii» 




UAfilUTIES 




17. Demand depositt of individuaU, partnerships, and corporations (Schedule F, Item IF, Coluim A) 

18. Time and sav^p deposits of individuals, partnerships, and coiporations (Schedule F, Item IF, Column B+C) 

19. Deposits of UaiMd Sutes Government (Schedule F, Item 2,Columns A+B+C).-~. 



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20 Ilnosit* of States and political subd&dsions (Schedule F, Iwm 3, Cohunns A+B+C) . 

21. Deposits of foid^ gnvemments and olBcial faistittttions (Schedule F, Item 4, Cohunns A+B+C) ... 

22. Deposits of commeicial banks (Schedule F, Item 5+6, Columns A+B+C) ^^ 



22. Deposits < 

23. Cerdlled and officers' check* (Schedule F, Item 7, Column A) 

24. TOTAL DEPOSITS IN DOMESTIC OFWCES (sums of items 1 7 thru 2S) 

a. Total demand depositt (Schedule F» Item 8, Column A) ...:!... 

b. Total ^xat and savings depositt (Schedule F, Item 8, Columns B+C) 

TOTAL DEPOSITS IN FOREIGN OF HCES 

TOTAL DEPOSITS IN DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN OFFICES ...^........... 

Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreementt to repurchase (Schedule E, Item 4) 
Other liabilities for borrowed money .................... ..............................•••..•.."— 

27. Mortgage indebtedneu • •••• — 

28. AcceptMcea executed by or for account of this bank and outttandmg 

29. Other liabOitie* (Schedule H, Item 9) ••■ 

SO. TOTAL LIABILrnES (excluding subordmated notes and deboatnres), 



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SI. 



Subor<BiuteJ notw and debentures 



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EQUITY CAWTAL 



32. Pielterred stock.-. a. No. share* outttanding 

§S. Common stock a. No. shares authorised 

b. No. shares outttanding 



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25R,nnn 



Par Value 



Par Value ...^%M.. 



34. Surplus— •" ..................... 

35. Un<fivided profitt — - 

36. Reserve for cohTftnfendesand other capital reserves 

87. -rcrTAL EQUITY CAPITAL (sum of items 32 thru 36). "•••... 

jg. T OTAL UABILITIES AND EQUITY CAPITAL (sum of ite ms 30. 31 and 37) 

MEMORANDA 



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34. 
35. 
36. 
37. 
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1, Average for 1 6 or 30 calendar days aiding with call date : 

a. Cash and due from banks (cone^onds to item I above) 

b. Federal ftmd. sold and securities purchased under agreementt to resell (eon«.pond* to Item I above) 

c Totid loBM (corresponds to it«n 9a above) .....,» 

d: T?re <k^tt of $100,000 or more (correspond* to Memonmda Item* 3. pin. 3b below) 

e. Total ^posiu (corresponds to item 24 above) „„„j. »„ j«- •>» j«,«s\ 

f. Fedwal ^ iHirchased and securities sold under agreementt to repurchase (corresponds to item 25 above) 

g. Other lial^t^ for borrowed money (corresponds to item 26 above) 
2riNtti#>y letters of credit outttanding 

3. Time depMiU of $100,000 or more 

a. -^irae certificates of deposit in denominations of $100,000 or more 

b. Other time deposits in amounu of $100,000 or more , 



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Barry and Helen Vaadef 
V«mt are ttatribuliMrs lir 
CIttlet aups a Tidewater. 

mst a fun line of 
msre ttea ttirty siack food 
Vtm»i tte Vaader V^^ 
d^Umte tbeir Ck^Ws 
CUpk pratofAs to stev^ 
tlrai^oat "Mevater ud 
tfeef Iterate a' sal« itefe 
A S241 CkdMoB Drtve tai 
m^^ Beach, behini ttie 
JMipwtfto Iteaa Ski^lig 
C«Bter. 

C^aitiiM Chips are manu- 
ii^tof* kf tte liiwB«r^^ 
to Ck4> C(MBpaaf of Mmrt- 
vUte, P^nsyhwda, aad Cid- 
tewa, Keetaidty. The com - 
pa^F ki a ttM feaentloii 
fanUy bmi^ss in Aniidi 
coHiry. 

Tte ^oftacts in tke C|iar- 
tea (MfS liaekave been home 
iliUvtnd is the past. Whan 
Hart7 aadflelM foondad VaD< 
ter VMoet Distrilxitiog Com- 
puy in April of 197S. they 
por^ased the Tidewater 
fraadtfse for the Charles 
CUpa Bae, which had ^- 
vioosly heea a small home 
delivery huainess. The Vaa- 
der Veaaets looked to wkole- 
aale distribution of their pro- 
duct thraugh area stores. > 

The thirty products al(e 

BOW distributed soldjy 

^aaoatfl tid««fBter»»flres ^ 

are* available at the sales 

store ia Kenpeville. 

"We're maiiitaiBing oir 
sl(»e here," says Van^ 
Tcnaet, "to ke^ wir full 
Use avaUatfle to pe<^e «l» 
kamr ttie i»odacts and wwrt 
9«!ffle^as." 

'Vol w«7 strare carririo|f 
Qmi&'pnka^ yet aorries 
tte fkU ttn^ aad peofde wte 



have bought tte products in 
the past through home 
delivery in Tidewater and 
elsewhere in the country don 't 
want to do without their Char- 
les favorite. Amo% tiw pro- 
ducts in the Clfl^les Chips 
llne« are three types of 
chips-regnUr, bar-b-q and 
waffle; five kinds of pretsels- 
thia, cheese, ^er, rods and 
sticks; cbee«i|wists, dn^fe 
eoin, earaiAri corn, ^m 
chips and a variety of otf er 
items includii% mrts, candies 
and cookies. 

The packaging of all Char- 
les Chips products inaares 
freshness down to the,, la at 
bite. Uany of the proancts 
are available In metal cans 
which require a deposit. It- 
ems are also available in "no- 
ret^m" packaging -- card- 
bou^ containers with plastic 
bags iaside for double fresh- 
ness and foil bags which will 
keep the products fresh much 
longer that traditional wax 
or paper bags used for snack 
too^itraaa. 

At hoiiday time, the Char- 
les Chips line futures gift 
canisters of cookies, fruit 
cakes, candies and nuts. 
' Charles Chips of Tidewater 
dtetrfbotes sroducts ip Ytr- 
Itta^Beaeft, Ikn^Mk', Cbeaa- 

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'and' PranUiD. Each widlt- a 
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Charlei Ch^ jK-oducta ah- 
kiwla it the CiMUe<k« Si4ve 
10(«tion, stodEBig titf Vi^r 
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one of equal value FREE. One free 
meal per family. IDC does not apply. 

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Tii«,.C^a-les Cb^sales 
storeibqpen Monday thrwigh 
Friday from 10a.m.to4p.n. 
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- -a Mc- 
CiUlwigh ot 501 Otlk CMrt, 
Apt. 101, died My 18 in a 
iMkipittl. 

A native of ^iMu, Vir- 
linia, she wu ^ iridot ot 
Henry McCalki|h, anl a 
msmber of BovGre^prea- 
bjterlan Churcb. 

tervivors include ftmr 
siators, Mrs J Ibcs C^^ 
Mrs. Billle tiper, Mrs. 
Ildle Foskey, and Mrs. Kay 
Vliuuon, all of Albii^, 9ev 
York, and five bfMterii, 
Eugene Andersm, Ctei'les 
Aoderson, and Fratf Ander- 
Mn, all of Albany, Tbonas 
V- Aadtrson fd VlrgUa 
toicb, and Lawrence Ander- 
tan of Newark, New JMney. 

The body was ;sent fit>m 
CORinonity Ftmnl Hoiae, 
Norfolk, toGarlaadBrotbers 
Funeral Home, Altn^r, for 
a funeral service aadbarial. 



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Steven Michael Love. 13 

^ dhys, «<]B«IJ)QiKldGefle 

;;) tim Mrs. 1M>n B. Love of 

2 117 Palm Beach Place, died 

*: July 19 In PortsiBOttth Naval 

^ Hoipltkl. 

t; BMides his iiu^oU, wr^ 

i vivon iielHier paterul 

i grkiidpar^s, Mr. and Mrs. 

^ Uegrd C. Wetts o< Canyon 

2 Cowity, California, and 

i natemslgru^npiather.Mrs. 

^ aouiBiMiktror8aHKat,CAli- 

If. i^mu. 

*> The body was sent from 

i Simiele Funeral Home to 

i- sternal Valley Memorial 

i Wrk and Mortuary, Newhall, 

I Califonia, for Ameral and 



Fradarick Mayar 



Frederick Me^rK?2, of 
4741 Qdnwood Lane, a natlw 

months, died July If in s 
bospital. 

Survivors IncMeailster, 
Mrs. Ann CreiH^ of Jaeksin 
Htiihts. New Y(^k. 

The body was tak«i to 
Rollomoo-Brown Funeral 

Rome, BayiUte Chspti, ud 
was cremated. 



WHttam A. M«yir 



hiAd Wednesday. July m at 
Prtacess Awe Memorial 
Puk for Samuel Eugrae 
iray, Sr„ 75, of 112 N. 
Mddi^ Annue in Vii^nia 
Beach. 

A native an llfelM^ resi- 
Ate of NM-toUc, he was ^ 
tatf»nd (^ Basel G. Bray, 
Mtt i^iM#(ttltte City at 
Nwfolk, and t^rtsmooUi 
NanlSii^ard. 

Besides Ids w^wr, survi- 
vors include a <bughter, 
Mrs. Alma Bray Jcrimson of 
VirgiMa B«ach; two sms, 
&m«el E. ittf Jr. <rf Bell 
Ctentaw, Calif,,^^ udHerbert 
t. Bray of Newpml News; 
a ste^oA, Bhutan S.Hsmrlc 
of Viitliiia Bnch; three sU- 
ters, kftv. Joto Walker of 
JwdoMrvQle, Fla., Mrs. 
EUi^ tetemu of Norfolk, 
lUiKi Mrs. Mildred Richey of 
ilorida; a bnrther, Warrm 
i, BrmyoCOeorKla; lefrand- 
Ghlldi^; and IS greatgrand- 
children. 

ServicM; wwre <»iidttcted 
pj Revennd Douglas Spur* 
lode and funeral arrange- 
BMirta were mad« by 
RBHunon-Brown Fmieral 
ttnie, Ljnmhaven Chaptl. 



Robart J. Nalaon 



Pimerll serxtces were 
held last w^ for Rcben 
John Nel«)n, Sr., 94, of SOS 
IliaUa Point Road in Virginia 
Btacb. Reverend Nicholas 
Maogan conducted sorvices 
at HOlonoa-Brown Funeral 
Home, Bayside Chapel, a^ 
burial took place in Rose- 
«!0Dd Memorial Cemetary. 

A native of Homer, Mich,, 
Nelson had lived in this area 
20 years. Be was retired 
from Handy 4 Harmon Co., 
taUfitid, Connectioit. .He 
WM a charter member and 
Jp^^figLuiLQCIfl^ Pres- 
bytertaa Clmrch, Virgii^ 
Bsl^, and a member dS 
YoiMBrs Masonic Lodge 822, 
lroi4efl,^eirYork. 

Survivors include two 
dmigliters, Mrs. Beatrice N. 
Freetfy of Virginia Beadi 
and Mrs. Oorothis H. 
Freetlqr of Placeville, Call- 
fomia, a son, Robert J. Nel- 
son Jr. of Hillsdale, Ne« 
Y<ak; six grandchildren; and 
17 great-grandchildren. 



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L WHUnm Antkuqr Meyer, 
S2, of 100 Wales Drive, A|t. 
201 die4 July 19 when tt« 
$vetdd» Be was^vUig went 
$ out of obntrol on btenttate 
$ 64 and turned over oa the 
% median, police saU. 
% State Police sm the ac- 
I cident happened as Meyer 
**as driviiHS BwrAiiyest 
Ptovldsnee Road exit on 1-64 
abont nidBlfiit. HewwtLone 
in the vehlde. 
A native <d HichmoMl, 
„ Meyer was the teiMxH4 of 
I Mrs. Oithryn C. Ile^f ilft 
^ WIS th« son Of Miriam TiA- 
i sley snd wu the owner of 
% ServiceMaster. Meyer was 
I a member ta St. Nidtolas 
I Catholic Church. 
5, Other survivors include a 
t son, CUy M^er, Virginia 
' Bnacb; three aisters, Mrs. 
' lUjrlan Uckr JlodgeviUe, 
West Virginia, Mrs. EUia- 
beth Bone, Ashlagd.andMrs. 
Am Peehley, WHmorejtwo 
I btothors, George Meyer and 
i J. Bernard Meyer, both of 
Ridimond. 

Tte be^ iM» se^ fro>B 
amiele Foiwal Home to 
^18^ W. 10^ Funeral 
Home, BiABWOd. for a fu- 
M^ and burial. 



MHiirail R. W«bt» 



Fun^ ierflcM | tore 
%m WeiMsday, JeV P, ** 
Tirtfort Criortal Ctapel in 
Great Bridge, for Mrs. 
Mildred RUey Webb, 77. of 
2616 West Gibbs Road. 
Services were conducted 
Reverend Ralph Horn and 
interment was in Parsons 
Family Cemetery. 

Mtive of Pbiladetphia, 
«,:3 Webb WM a practical 



John Q. Lohmann 



J(dm George Lohmann, 82, 
ta 2M1 E. Waters Ave., 
Ta^Mt, FU., died Tuesday, 
July 19.. 

A native of Phillips, Wis- 
ccmsfai he lived in Tampa, 
for 30 years. He had be« - 
visiting a duster, Mrs. 
June Wbitten of Virginia 
Beach for a month. 

Be ms ttie husband 
of Mrs. Inga MJelda Lobr 
mam and was a r^red 
^ra|» owner, n 

He ims an Army v^eraa 
of World War I, member <4 
Uie Americ^ Le|i(minWis- 
eonsin fbr 54 years, member 
W VFW Barracks 17 of Tam- 
pa, iTipoii Ma»)ole Lodge 
of Milwankee, Wis., Flnida 
Southwest airine Club, and 
Order •of Eastern Star in 
WiscMisin. 

(Hher survivors Uiclude 
four grandchttdrM; and two 
great-grandchildren . 

The body was sent from 
HoUomon - Bn>wn Funeral 
Home, BaysiAi Chapel, to 
Jwniags Fitiwral Ro^, 
Tampa, for a funeral ud 
burial. 



Iliott Driver, 77, 
well known Norfolk stodtbro- 
ker, died July 21 in bis tome 
on Country Club Circle in 
VirginUBMch. 

He MLS the Msbandof Mrs. 
LMisiUM^w IMver and a 
SM (rf the late Dr: WUsoi E. 
Driver Sr. Noriolk physician, 
ud Mrs. Lucy J^dns Dri- 
ver, ' 

Driver had b^ in the 
stodc brokerage busiMss 
staee 193S, whw he went 
with Feuwr * B«ue. Inl9S5 
te weirt irtHi mm, i»roctor 
ft Paine and in 1967 was 
mate a general partner of 
tlwftrm. 

Subswiumtly he was a 
[rtodcbn*er with its succes- 
sor. Paine Wd^r with of- 
fices in 1 Commercial Plaxa, 
VTWimTA Natinna! Rank Bntld 
ing, Norfolk. He was at work 
oa We(taiesday. 

He attmded N(M*folk Aca- 
demy and was a grattaate of 
EidMpni Hi^ School in Al- 
ocandria and the University 
of Virginia. 

He v«s a member (rfChrist 
and St. 'Lite's E|tfsGopal 
Church, the HariMr Cltf), and 
ttH Viiginia Club. He was a 
freshwater fishi^ enthu- 
siast. 

BesUes his widow, survi- 
vors include adaughter, Mrs. 
Gewge E. Hogan, a grand- 
(kughter, Miss MoUy Hogan, 
and grandsm, Esfunett Hogan, 
all a Virginia Bea(A; and a 
sister, Mrs. Lemuel C. She- 
pherd of LsJolla, Calif. 

The body was taken b H. 
D. Oliver Fmeral Apart - 
ments, Norfolk^ 

Funeral servile in Elm- 
wood Cemetary on July 23, 
were contacted by Reverend 
A. Heath LigU of Christ and 
St. Luke's Oiurch. 



Qladya J. Wanant 



Mrs. CHadytf^eidtitWeli^ 
«nt, 63, of HO Overholt Dr., 
«ed in a hoiidtsl. A mtive 
<rf Pa8<iuo(airie County, N.C., 
she was tte wMow of Ed- 
ward Mfred Wenant. She 
lived here 37 years and was 
a member of the FirstCburch 
of God, Norfolk. 

Survivors include a son, 
BHlie Gray Home, P^era- 
burg; and a bretter Citarlie 
Berry, Mntttt Island, Fhi. 

Fmeral services were at 
noon Saturday, July 28, in 
Smith & Williams Fmeral 
Hmne, Kempsville Chspel, 
with burial in Rosewood 
Memorial Park. The family 
wlU be at the home of thede- 
cMsed. 



Murl l: "ni^lor, », of 
Sn^tLoi^ellow Ave.,thehus- 
buid <rf Mra. Doris Everii^- 
tm Taylor and retired from 
tte VirgWa B^ch Police 
O^ioMtit, died in a Ports- 
moijft Mi^tal. 

A Navy veteran of World 
War n, the Komn War. and 
Vietmn^tt, he iws a re- 
tired Navy CGM. 

A native <S CUntoi, Indiana 
te lived here IS yea». He 
wu a member (^ the Virginia 
Beach Free Will Baptist 
Church and Doric Masonic 
Lo<^ $68 of New Bern, North 
Ca»MM. 

Ottier survivors indiKle 
two daughters, Mrs. Patri- 
cia Hill and Miss Doris Jean 
Taylor, and a sm, Mori L. 
Taylor Jr., aU of VirginU 
Beadi; three sisters, Mrs. 
ItadM Wagner of Terre 
Hairte, Indiana, Mrs. Agnes 
Goosett of Clintm, Indiana 
and Mrs. Mary Forsytbe of 
Hanover Park, Dlinois; two 
brothers, William Taylor of 
Clbrtm and Clyde Taylor of 
Virginia Beach; and a grand- 
child. 

Fmeral services were 
held July 24 in Hollomon- 
Brown Funeral Home, Bay- 
side Chi^l, with burial in 
Woodlawn Memorial Gardens 
Masonic rites also were held 
in tte funeral home. 



John P. Erman 



John W. Elamon 



Retired Army If. Sgt. John 
W. Elamon, 62, of 34(6 
Raintree Drive, the husbana 
of Mra. Eupha B. Elamm 
ud B^ve (tf<Mgto Cmn^, 
Ky., died July 23 tea Ports- 
mouth hc^tei. 

He lived id this area for 
14 years and recentty was 
emiAoyed by Bayside Gab Co, 
He^vms u Army virteru of 
World War H and tte Korean 
War and retired after 32 
yeej^. 

He attMded Oceana 
Clmrch of Ctarist. 

Otter snrviirars inclode 
thru* brottwrs, Henry 
Mmm or RusseUviUe, Ky.. 
UdBq^SblBmud Monroe 
Elamm (tf Mtroit. 

Fmeral servi<^ wlU be 
Md July 27 at 2 p.m. hi 
H(dtaBm-Brown Fminl 
HoiM. L]n^iav«lC:hu>el.by 
Roy N. WUsm. Burial, with 
military hMMt, wiU be in 
Wow^wn Mnnorial Car- 
tels, Norlott^. 



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Joh|i Petrus Ermm, 85, 
of 2M0 Absalom Drive, the 
iMOband of the late Mrs. 
Ama Ermen and a retired 
painter, died July 22 in shos- 
Idtal. 

Born in HoUud, he lived 
60 years in Tidewater and 
four yearainViigiidaBeadi. 

He was a mmiber of Uie 
Dnim of Mermtional Bro- 
ttwrhOod (rf Painters and 
^Amid^^desNo. 1100. 

i^SurWrors Uclnde three 
(faiUgMu^, Mrs. Chfistlne 
Nelsm of Lyndiburg, Mrs. 
Elizabeth I, Hinton of Hope- 
«eU, and lira. Robinrt R. 
Rictairdson of Ramptm; and 

- four sou, John Ermm and 
Willie J. Ermm of Virf^ 
Bench, Harry P. Ermen of 
Norfott, and Theodore R. 
Ermm of Chesap^ike. 

A funeral was held July 
25 is Rosewood Meinorial 
Park by the Rev. R.l. Carter. 
H.D. Oliver Fmeral Apart- 
ments, Laskin Road, was in 
charge. 

Pat W. Atwood 



David Bannatt 



Fi^rti senNhies ««« 
held Thursday, July 21, tor 
IMtvM Bennett, 10-yur-okl 
sm of ^anley F. Bemett, 
Jr., and Mn. Unda Wood- 
fin BiUMtt <i Vii^nU 
BeajA. 

ne young8t«''s body wu 
tound Ust week in a wooded 
area near EastviUp, Vir- 
gWa. He wu a mmber of 
Viri^sia Beach United Me- 
lodist Church and Virgtaia 
BMCh Borough A's Mfaior 
Little LcMgue. 

Besiftes his parmts, 
survivors include a brother, 
Christoiriier Todd Bmnett of 
VirgMa Beach; maternal 
grandliarei^, Mr. and Mrs. 
W.L. Woodfin Jr.; maternal 
great-grandfather, W. S. 
Woodfln St., and pateraal 
grandparrats, Mr. and Mrs. 
Charlie A. JacKsm, all of 
Virginia Beach; paternal 
grandt»rents, Mr. and Mrs. 
Vemm Massey, and paternal 
grudftther, Stanley F. 
Bennett Sr., all of Cape 
Cittries; and paternal great- 
graadmiAer, Mra. Ampire 
WiUiamsofMelfU. 

Fmeral services were in 
the Virglida B^ch United 
llethodist Church, with 
burial in Rosewood Memor- 
ial Park. Maestu Fmeral 
Home was in charge of 
Ameral arrangements. 

Ellzabath G. Marahall 

Mra. Elisabeth Gray Mar- 
shall, 75, retired vice presi- 
dent of Marshall Steel Co. 
of Norfolk, died July 22 in 
Jacksmville, Florida'. 

A native of Pittsburg, Pa., 
she lived in Florida for two 
years and formerly in Vir- 
gbiia Beacli. Sie was a mem- 
ber more thu 30 years of 
First Presbyteriu Church 
of Vir^nia Beach. 

^e was the widow of 
Marvin H. Marshall Sr. 
(^Survivors Include two 
sons, Richard Gn^ Marahall 
.rfJ^WHWPld^Va., WdM|5- 
, vto 8. MnateU ^ ofKir- 
sime fights, Florida; a 
Stoter, Dr. Mary C. Gray of 
Malven, Long Island, New 
York, and three grand- 
children. 

The body wu sent to , 
Hollomm-Brown Fmeral 
Home, Bayside Chapel, Vir- 
ginia Beach, for a funeral 
July 26 in the chapel of 
First Presbyteriu Church. 
Burial will be in Rosewood 
Memorial Park, Virginia 
Beach. 

t 

Charlaa M. Martin, Sr, 




tt'9 1%« ginwt Fmmlim rm 



OmTkmEamtCmmti 




WABEHOUSe/ailOWIOOil 

BSS4Vlv^lal 



Pat Ward Atwood, 72, of 
1143 Sandbrfalge Road, died 
July241nafeoqiteL 

A native of Prfaicesis Anne^ 
County, he was a lifelong 
ruideift of this area. He 
wu a retired farmer and 
retired owner and operator 
of Atwood Seafood Market. 
He wu a member of Tab- 
ernacle United Methodist 
Clmrch. 

Survivors include a dai«h- 
ter. Miss Eliabeth Hop At- 
wood of the home; and a 
brotlier, Earl Atwood of 
K^vin? Virginia. 

A taierai was MA July 26 
in Mlmmo United Methodist 
Churdi by the Rev. Malcolm 
Y^te. Burial was in the 
^F^ ceflHtery. H.D. 
Oliver Fmwal Apartments, 
Laskin Road, rasindiarge 
oi funeral arrai%em«rts. 



1^ Charles Montague Martin 
Sr.. 54, of 616 Timberland 
Trail, died July 24 m ms 
home. 

A native of Core Point, 
North Carolina, he lived in 
this lurea 30 years. He was 
the taisband of Mrs. Nell 
Sdmer Martin, and ownet^ 
of Martins Body Sim et 
Oc«uia. He wu u Army 
veteru of World War n, 
and a member of First 
Celestial Baptist Church, 
Virginia Beach. 

Besides his widow, survi- 
vors include a daughter, 
Mrs. Jeuette Brosius of 
North Tonawonda, New York, 
a Mn, Charles Mratague 
Martbi Jr. of Hollomu Air 
Force Base, New Mexico, 
a sister, Mrs. Gladys Gray 
of Viit^ Beach; three 
brothers, Kayfieid Martin, 
and Mearl HarUn. both of 
Chesapeake, and Ervin Mar- 
tin of Virf^ Beach; and 
three grandehildrm. 



Plans are now being made for 
ROSH HASHANHA mi YOM KIPPUR 

High m»^ Wnily Services 
lii* conduded in the 

KEMPSVILti AREA of 
VIRGWIA BEACH 

MMUbers of On Jewitt Ptith who are nM now 
aHUkited wili «tstln| sfrngopM sad era ta- 

iMested tai partle^tiit bi fUifly aorHMS, tor 
fur^r litf»ttatUin, plMse all: 

MR. THOKM^A. LINOSEY 
4S?-04» 



"la every dUng give ttanks, 

for tUs is the wiU of God 

in Christ Jesm concerning 

you." 

-I Thessalenlau 5:18 





If you cauot be grateful '^ 
fOr wittt ym have, thu be « ^^ 
grateful for vrtiat ym have ^ || 
esei^. 
-Antlior unknown 

It is SO euy to become dissatisfied with our material possessions that hardty a day 
goes by in which we do not wish for something more; oftm something we do not 
need or camot aflord. But hanmess does not cmsist of continually acquirii^ new 
belongings; it is the result of beii« thankful for wlut we already have and decreasing 
our desires. Faith in God can help us accomplish this goal by turnii% our attentim 
to the spiritual values of life, as well as the positive side of the material ledger. 
Learn to be grateful for your health, your &mily, your home life and all of the 
misfortunes that you have managed to avoid. Begin to comt your blessings. Your 
Church is the best place to do it. 




Haynaa Furnltura Company 

5324 Va. BmS Blvd. 
Furniture-Bedding -Carpeting 

. ^ ,. ._«« V, ,. ^ -^^1- -^.SM' #v.^ 

At^ 

BayMda Motors 

>" 474"^ Shore Dr. 464-4563 
Charles C. Hale. Sr. b Staff 



KampavUla Pharmacy 

5266 Princess Ame Rd. 497-3516 
Robert W. Clyburn-Lym Leavitt 

LIndaay Bros. Inc. 

Plumbing-HeaUng-Fuel Oil Del. 
865 Newtown Rd. 497-4633 

Charlla'a Saaf ood Rastaurant 

3139 Shore Dr. 491-9863 
Mary E. Rehpelz & Employees 



Kallam A Eaton Inc. 
Bldg.Supplla8 

Princess Am station 427-3200 
Frank b David Kellam 



Andy'a Plumbing & Haating 

1003 Canal Dr. 485-5000 
State-Registered-New b Old Work 

Kallam-Eaton Inauranca Co. 

3111 Pacific Ave. «8-9161 



Furnltura Showrooms 

828 E. Littte Creek Rd. 
2M1 S. Military Hwy. 
Sandy Bolln b Employees 



Chasapaaka Savings A Loan 

Frank N. Wood and Associates 

Engbiaaring Madia Inc. 

606 R. Liberty Street 
CharUe Hackworth b Staff 



Roaawood.Mamorial Park 

631 Witdi DuekRdT $d7-892S 
C. C. Kirkpatriek 




t7i8 Las&irRd. 428-5951 
C H. Burns b Staff 



liMi 



op 



Prica's lncorporai<HL 

4580 Pembroke MaU 622-3706 
Brand Name Ai9liances-TV-Stero 



Noma Fadaral Savlnga 
A Loan Assoc. 

1635LukinRd. 426-0327 
Church Accomts Welcome 



Smith Salas & Sarvica 

460 Battt^eld Blvd. N. S47-2929 
Elwood Smith b Emifloyees 

Mill-End Carpat Shop 

47M Va. Beach Blvd. 497-48S4 
Taylor B. Carr b Emplqyeu 



Praaton'8 Pharmacy 

1401 Poindexter St. 5«-7337 
James L. Marshall ud Employees 



Todd Elactric Company 

Henry b Moses Todd 4 Staff 



Higglns Raalty, Inc. 

6620 ladiu River Rd. 420-3120 
^, Cecil M. Harrism b Assoeiatu 



J.D. MNaa It Sons, Inc. 

J.D. Miles, Jr. and Asspdatu 



Brantwood Rastaurant & 

1312 Geo. Wuh. Highway 
Chesapeake, Va. 487-0611 
Tom b Linda Rapier b Co. 

Ovarton'a Markat 

1419 Poindeiier ^. S45-9496 
TIM Overtms b Emi^ye^ 



Townsand Fual, Inc. 

LOUnga ^"^^ Yu Djice and EmplqpcM 



Southern Statas 



Inc. 



Chaaapaaka Aasn- ■ 

17641. aiUtary Hwy. 420-lMl 
L. Belmort WliltaMS * Persomri 




Plassar Amarlcan Corporatton 

Management and Personnel 



This featum te made possiWe throi^ IN ^Ksperation 
of our nnWsters. ft il paid for by thase area flrrro ^fA^ b^ve 
our cfwrohes are a vtel part of or commw^ We. 



-J 



Biggest steak in town 



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ill I 




RESTAURANT **▼ 



Qlwa virustuc leisure and candle-Hght 

atmosphere that wi put you in KJSt the 

right mood fcr a yeat evening. 

STEAKS • PRIME RIBS •SEAFOOD 

4 Dfnktg Rooms S CoekiaH Lounge 

^mTAnllBIT A SUPEU SERVICE 
SPECIAL MENU tORSUmCm GOISTS 

Prbneft Wine $C95 

SoNay & llonilay ^ 

4:M P M. to 12:00 A.M. DAILY 
Sondtys N,mb UntU U:00 A.M. 

S806 NodhaaviM MM. 

(B«twcM L^ Vr^t ud B^d«y ba) 

■j^j^U^ For iNwr EalHrtebuBtrt "Fnuyc A Ottrlo^^ 




By MAHILTN J. WEBER 
Sim Editor 

I 

Gus Ho^wr, the owMr of 
a« Witch men In «t ^m- 
Intiice Metdovs SlKVpUag 
Crater OB M^ten^ee 
Boalevard, tas ottBii9d a 
eballeBge to stedc lovens of 
TidBwater. 

Gas will pi^nre a 72- 
ovrce steak to tte teste of 
aqr ciattiMBW who tUaks he 
can Mt the fiMr-aod-a-luiU 
poinds ol diolce te^ and flie 
salad, potato, rdl andlratter 
and berprwre that's served 
with it, to tiro hours. And, 
if the ehallMKer does devour 
the steak. Gas {ricks iq> the 
tab! 

Castomers wifb try and fall 
to polish off th| steak most 
pair their ova way and the 
tribi lor tlw 72-oance special, 
whi<A Gas Homner says is 
the l>^est steak in town, is 
I1S.75 plus tax. 

Clnlteicers most make 
rwierv^iOQS 24 hours inad- 
vaaee so Gus will have time 
to cot the steak. He Iwtcters 
all the meat cocAed and 
served at Wttdi Duck Inn. 
Itaa tht efe^cBfU' appears 



at WttchtMick Inn, Gus allows 
a pi^view ot the st^ii. He 
t^A ^QttfM it in idecM 
so tmtSi portion wiU he 
served hot and at the peak 
of flavor. A challMger mtet 
flirith m mm wl^ two 
hours and nay kt leave the 
Im teriag that time. 

To M%e, five diallengers 
hive i^empted the 72-ounce 
steUt, hut wme has aeoem- 
pllA«9 the feat. Chie 
dudltf^r cl»mped his way 
tbroui^ lU but five omas 
of Oe lAeak before he w»it 
down to defeat. 

One chaUenter, Claris 

mwle his way thro^h 55 
ounces of the Tbick, juicy 
steak before be acbnitted de- 
feat. His attempt ms a 
yaliant one, uMrly three- 
and-a-half poifflds of betf, 
but still a little more tiian 
a pdpid <A^ msk. 

Gus^ hiving st^loi^n 
will give the (Aallenge a 
try. He'd like to estsbUsh 
a did) which he v^am to 
apfu-opr^^ name "1^ 
"n-oimce Club". Ikembers of 
the clid), those wto bott Gus 
oirt of the ftaat slied atoak, 



wUl have tteir names ta- 
scftWI « a pertaaMBt 
pl«n» yMA wUl haflf in a 
l^aoft (rf hMwr at WttcASMt 
IM. Ctas m$ 6v^ Miade 
tte ittfhei (ji some etel- 
len^iri who eamit cMie iMt 
mmMI y paying for ^frown 
dinner. 

Witch Dw^ tai Is tven 
seven days a iradt tnm 
7 a.m. whw Gus serves 
br«dcfhst until 10 p.m. 
LuncftaoB and dinner menus 
are avattable. 



The Inn also features, 
"The CMher Itoom", a com- 
tortaUe ud casual room 
witik a bar and W^es where 
Gus's s(tt, mU|t, serves 
drinks and food to a aAeady 
stmm of customers until 
2 a.m. eadi day. 

If jm enji^ a good family 
rmtaonttt, tnr the Witch 
Dade bat, and, if you'vebea 
complaliUng tlatrestaunots 
just don't give jm moagh 
to ^t, try Gus's 72-ounee 
special. Maybe ymi'll be a 
diarter member of "The 
72-ounce Club." 




PiHynMlM-CMn«M RMitMirmil 



LysMtavw 
^iMteCtr 

n^ to^^ Woolw & 
Giant C^ Air 



2112 VlrtfBia Beaeh Blvd 

Va. BMtii, Va. 

2M52 

Lyn^avwiexit 
itfei^ffessway 



Served Dally 4:30 to 1 1:00 p.m. 

Grand Opening Spec/d/f: 

4.t5 for TWO 

July i-Ju»y 31 
Choice one per peraon 

(S^VED WITH FRIED SICE) 



Pmerl^iak 
*l«iaiOllaa Betf 
*lCaMt-Po CUdnn 




*KaBtrJoaNrinp 

Beet Frtod Bice 

AMa ^mm SlrMa Steak 



Swtrind8oir9oi^ Staifc IMyaii Ot^iW «Mil 
(^MnaChowM^ SUsh-IMMb ^.00 extra) : 
swell A Soar Fish 

♦HOTASPttY 
Daily L«iMM»4pe^s 
11:10-1:00 M«.-rri. 



'^^Neighborhood 
Ta vern 





MEZICAlf A ANEBICAN FOOD* 
2M0. VmCIMU BEACH BLVD^ 

3^-9471 tor carry oat swrviee 
DISCeUHT MIGHTS EYEBT lOGHT 
C.B. CftfEM Ineak f to 4 Satvibiys 
4 p.m. to 2a.m. Maaday ttiru FiMay 
1 p.m. to 2 a.m. Sitarday and Sanday 

BRUCE TODD LIVE ElflERTAINMENT 
DINING k DAHClfe DKCO 

MEXICAH MENU 
BUBMTDS SPANISH RICE TACX) DOCS 

TACOS PBUOLES CHIU DOGS 

EMCHILADAS SOFADIDLAS CHILI k CHIP^ 

TOSTADC^ HUEVOS RAM(m£ItONACiK)S 

GUACAMOLE SALAD CHILIS RELLEI«) QUESADILLAS 
AMERICAN MENU 
8 08. N.y. STRIP STEAK ROAST BEEF 
;FR1ED CHICKEK PIZZA 

ipom, cmffs hamburgers 

FLOIINEffiR HOT DOGS 

SSRMP 

Cocktails - IKhis A Mw 



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Teay's Ha^ada 










PhilMqrtlnvUes you 

to 

Virjginia's First 

Sfkorgasbard House 

overlooUng 
Little Creek Yacht Bqs^ 
$180 Shore Drive 
in Shore Drive Marina. 

Norfolk, Virginia 

Phone 583-3311 
>pen5P^M.tolOPM, 



M^iovs Si^i^ii Ceator 
n. Beaeh, Va. 12419 m^imt 

Have Yourtworlte eockHltmlxed 
by ffm hoet Phil }kmner 

Va. ^ach i^eo 

Ttmr. thru Sun. 

Etmy Uatening with Joel tMson 

Wed -9-2 
Steaks Seafood 

Servrig Breaklast - Lunch • Praier 
7.00 A.M -moo PM 



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g4««|-if3$-<^^<3S««^^f^^<^-W8-<5f-sn- 



Now ttwt you've trted the Jolly 
Vim A itoNy tNM, and vMted alt 
ttie RiMroad StatkMM In town- 

^ome See S Taste the most Delicious 

Prima Rib A Steaks 

in Tid«Mratdr.Fre.«595Aup 

(also saceuleat seafood) 
LMASerwdDaUy^ Maj'^k 

M^flU^H^^Cards Mi»^ 

Sleiik HoMM 

:r)40La5kiBBd 



Clola's 



Itellaa American 
Cnisiae 



"Remember It's The Sauce 
That OounUt" 

TASTE TEMPTING SPECIALS: 

•^rimp MarlattraorS^j^St)^ 
•Clams Casino or Oregaaata 

• Catemara (mt sqm) Red or wwte 

* Lobster Ta^ BreUed or Fra Diawio 

* Chicks Marsala or Fraw^se 

• Chteken T^im slal or Caeclatore 

• ^eal Sffltopini, Marsala, Fituttese or V«l 

nM P«pp«rs 

t MLrai-IOC$i^O^O*BtlCCO 




UAil SeaaUre C^i^w, 
T Golf r 



ff AUM MUMSE 

m yMTs nme cfaM • same nanq^n^ 

Rto. M-^ Va. B««h nti. (Mmt Omumi) 
i7lhSt. Eirt. 42t-N0l, 4tS^lM CteMltadayf 





30S6 Shore Drive 
4eO-1S22 

Sl^ii^tf^ tei Seafood 

ummt'Osmi rogw pa. be beach 

It^lan Culshm-Cholce Steaks 
<^J«i 11:00 Ml to J^O ajn. 



Seafood gt Beef Reseaonai^ 

AT LYNNHAVEH INLET VIRGINIA »%MM. VIII6WIA 

^w^dislnc la fresh seafbed. bctf staMsed 
«l ^Me*, ^tee rlh (rt be^ tUek Jrtcy 
•taala, ffaraiM plattwr aid 4^o«s «i<dt- 
talto. I^U Hihtty prleei mi dOifreB's 
lawi^^yi^'roud. 

CRAU 

AU YOU CAN EAT »^QMM.S: 
PrMdlJ^e Trc^ •Ms 

Fr^Se^^s. .•S.SS 

S^MMd Mirfmp MMl/or 

« mm mmrntm- n^nur 

IAM.Y mm breakfast MlDMIcm . IPM 




CLAMS 
BWOCT AB 

ontm^ 



Jjiystl* rtTun^ti L nnar^tati ku 



nn.fp 



'tkMmmmki^ 



.J]!^^itBai!>i8^ig|g.-J 







VlrfiaJ* B«M* an, Wy 27, mi - A- 



Antique Mtmw 



In thmMfi^ 



EqMUty day 




wstymmjumizB 
Virginia Beach clt^ or civic group activities 



NlmltM Wives Aglow luncheon Crime prevention 



Th\ iU Enlisted Wives Club 

I will li^id us monthly business meet- 
ing 01 July 26th from 10 a.m. to Z 
p.m., >l the Ship-N-Shore Wives Club, 
NOB. ^'Babysitting is provided. For 
morejlalotraation call Vera Boss at 
460-2178. 



Nevy wives 



IM ttimmthly meting <A the Navy 
Wive^ Clitts of An«rlea, Tid«irater 
Area Counell, will be held Thursday, 
July toth, at 10 a.m. in Building SP-70 
OB HAS Norton wtttNWCA Tldifiriter 
$190 acti^ u hostess club. Those 
attending iH %sked to bring a pot- 
hick jdish? Nft lalq'sittiBf available. 

A Mem))ership Worksh<9 «tU be pre-r 
sotted A\m% with i^taUatlon of the 
new TAC secretary jand tr^isurer. 
Fw AirQt^y^tfM^ation, c(mtact Donna 
Heuif«t4»4-M30. 



Karate ctes$es 



TM YMCA will be i^erl^ a beginner 
and ikr advanced kari^ dass iftartlng 
August '2. The clM4es will meet on 
Tuesday aad Thursday «yeBings for four 
week^; TUs class offers a good way 
to kj^ fit, vUle learning (»e of the 
oldClMrts of self-defense. All classes 
taugn by a ma^r bla<^ belt instructor . 

For registratton and additional in- 
formatlpo, contact the Y, at 622-6328. 



ms Info 



Mxt Naval Air Station Ocmna 
MavjHVives Service Information School 
«iU p |(el4,^Aaf«4 9. 10, and 11 froin 
9 a.ijl to \ P A. ii the Cbapel of the 
Good Shepard, NAS Oceana. 



sebool is designed to inform the 
wife of ^valltdde services and 

and to ai&#er questions she 
have ocncemli^ the Navy. Free 

s«rvlce is available. 



F(j jBOce information and reser- 
vatic||s calltheNASOcrana Educational 
Serv^ Office at 42S-2613 or 425- 
2814^ 




Women's Aglow Fellowship will told 
a Birthday Luncheon on Uonitay, Au- 
gust 1, from U a.m, to 2 p.m., at 
VM Cavalier Hotel, Ocean Frrat. 

The cost of the Iwchew will be 
$3.§0. Reservations staraU be made by 
Frittey, July 29, by call Marie Bleh. 
499-lS04i Dixie Eckert, 420-7340, or 
Janyce O'Brien, 467-3244. 

Nurseqr care wUl be arailable tor 
infurts ani pre-schoolers at the First 
Assembly of God Church on the cor- 
ner of Great Neck R(»d and OM Dcma- 
Uon Parkway. Tlnse using the child 
otre service are asked to brii^ lowA 
and any items necMiiary forM(diUd's 
comfmi. Resemtibns for child (are 
shmM be made aloi^ with l^be<n 
reservatiMs. 



Skating party 



The Lyi^iavM Band ^rents will 
sponsor a skate-a-rama af Hafgood 
SaAiig C»ter, 1036 Ferry Plurtation 
Howl, M Wedaes&y, July 27, from 
8 p.m. until 10:30 p.m. 

Admission is free to viyoae Hearing 
"Ti Virginia B«ch N^iittue Festival tee- 
shirt. 

Tee-shirts are atndlable fromLpn- 
haven Band Parents Association, and 
ttie Nei^une Festival C^ce, Pembroke 
liall and the IHzie Sqmres. 

For tntonoatton please call Mrs. 
Mary AUce Moore - m-OlK or Hay- 
ifxa Sbtiag Center - 4»)-U38. 



ASTD meeting 



^mr on MASA^awdW 

Wlthenpoott and a tour of NASA 
"Tech House of the Future" will idgh- 
UgM the montlily meeting of the South- 
eut^n Virginia ChaiAer of tte 
American Society lor Training and 
DeveloiHnent <m Friday, July 29. Tlw 
{)rogram will follow a wxn luncheon in 
ttie NASA Ca^riadinav room, Build- 
ing 1213, at the base in Hanq>t(m. 
Chapter members are encouraged 
to attend and guests interestedin train- 
ing and develcqHnatt are welcome. 

Dr. Harvey Thon^ will presiite 
(^ tte program. AdditiMul in- 
formation on ASTD activities and mem- 
b»9l^ and dire<^ons totheptogram 
site may be obtained by calUsg Gerry 
Anderson or Charles Hocrfnagle at 444- 
4817. 



On Ttairsday, My 28," tta^ugh Sat- 
utfay. July 30, m Viiflnia ieach 
Mlc* Oe^urtmrat Md tte PoiAiirice 
Mall MerctaBts AssoeiatiM wiU 
m^Muor its auuMl Crime Prevention 
Pmgram. The activities are as follows: 

Ttar^iy, My 28: 12 (aooa) throogb 
2 p.m., K-9 demonataiMonr parUng 
area; 12 (noon) thnng^ 8 p.m., crime 
preventiai display (^ auxiliary police 
lnsid« mall; 6 p.m. through 8 p.m., 
nr^ di^y iasUe maU; 

Fri(tay, July 29t 12 (noon) throui^ 
2 p.m.. ItiM^ttee. tt^^y, patting 
area; 12 (Km) throqft tp,n.. crime 
^rev^loB ittl^y, iMiAe mall; 6 p.in. 
ttonmi^ I p.m., auidle crime Wi> dis- 
^y. iuWte mall;7p.m.tttoai^8p.m., 
drug display, inside mall. 

Saturdi?, July 30: 11 a.m. throu^ 
12 (nooD), persoiua safety tor women, 
^ide oiall; 1 p.m. ttroogh 2 p.m., 
block security, inside mall; 4 p.m. 
tlroogb S p.m., radar unit disjplay. 
Inside mall; 5 p.m. throng 6 p.m., 
sdec^ve enforcement program, iaalAt 
mall. 

"Block Modiers", "Hands Up" and 
the Tidewater S^ie Information Service 

SIS) win participate with the Virginia 
ch Police D^rtment in these ac- 
ttvities. 

All dtiseas are urged toattead those 
activities otparticular interest to them. 



MDA Workshop 



Ted Sharp, naticnally known 
astrologer and expert tn past life 
regrenipn tbroogh his techniqne of 
MulUDimensio^ ^^tn^Slm QBik) 
will conduct a ftSmmSmaHt^y' 



The Civic Center in Virgini* Beacn 
viU become a wonderlanl of antiques 
% July 21, 29. m tm 31, when m 
8tt jmwl mmmer AntMyies fflusw and 
We c^eur to the public. S^tect«i m- 
tt^rs from I^laware, FlorUa, Geo- 
gia, Kentucky, Marylaml, New York, 
North Carolina, Pennsylvania, TenMs- 
me, ^rginia iM W, Virglnbi will 
<Mer for Mie an ezQutoite collection 
of fine anti^MS from many coortries 
and spanning many centuries. 



Ant^es are a harmonious blending 

to become lasting treasures tomorrow. 
All eAC«lleui >elecuon ui unusual ac- 
c^soriM to o>midem^ the fine En- 
^h, American ud Oriental country 
and period furniture; such as heirloom 
silver, fine porcelains, primitive 
itmns, lovely cut glass and Art glass, 
J^ancM wood-block prints, bnmzes, 
antique Jewelry, charming wicker, bea- 
utiful and imusual nautical antiques, and 
much, more wUl be presented at the 
^ow. 

BankAmericard and Master Charge 
v411 be acci^ted by exhibitors at the 
show. A |25 gift certificate will be 
gimn away (tadly to some lucky visi- 
tor. Hie vi^er may redeem the gift 
certificate at any booth durtog the 
^w. 

The Sisteriiood of Temple Emanuel, 
qxmBors (rf tlw Aow, cordially invite 
you to enjoy the Wonderful World 
Qi Antiques on July 28, 29, 30 and 31, 
at the Civic Carter in Virginia Beach, 
from 1 j^m. to 10 p.m. on Thursday, 
through Saturday, and from 1 p.m. to 
7 p.m. on Sunday. 



Fleamarket 





Navy Wives Clid)S of America, Prin- 
(^8S Anne 143, will hold a fiea Mar- 
ket and half price sale Saturday, Au- 
gust 6, frcMn 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in 
tnm of the Tlirift amp at NAS Oceam. 
Clothes, toys, and white elephant items 
will l»_ featured. Rain date Saturday, 
Aw;u«*l3, samelMHirs. "^ 



(roof 10 



Participation is llnfited. Res- 
emttoBS are necessary. For in- 
toittation and reservatians, call'425- 
SOSS. 



BrBtiiUi clinic 



A new "Life and Breath Clinic" 
has been established at tte General 
n^^tal ol VirgUa Beach to aid pa- 
tieBts with chronic breathbig jnt) - 
blems nidi as eniphysema, bnmchitis 
aodasUima. 

For Airtter Informatton, call 8SS- 
3(39 dr 481-8392. 




Horse council 



The newly formed Tidewater Horse 
Council is having an opoi meeting to 
introduce its goals and Objectives at 
bidian River Junior High School on 
Greenbrier Road, Chesapeake, at 7:30 
I>.m. on July 27th. 

Horse groap representatives will 
mdce brief reports on their current 
{Objects ia order to draw up a calendar 
of events. A free advertising bulletin 
board will be arailable in the UAAj. 
All interested horse pe(«>le are invited, 
and audience participation is welcome. 



The Summer and Fall Calwdar of 
tile Arts piblis^ ty tte Vlitinia 
Beach Arts apd Hunantties Com- 
mission liirts the foUmrilS activities 
for the remainder a July and the month 
(rf Ai^pist: 

July SO, (me act play, 3 p.m.. Mount 
Trashmore, sponsored by the Virginia 
Batch Department of Parks and Rec- 
reation; 

A^ust, Virginia Beach Little 
Theater presents '(Mclahonui", Wed- 
nesdays through Sunday, curtain 8:30 
p.m., 24th and Barbertoo; 

August, free movies at Mount Trash- 
more, every Wednesday evming at 
dusk, sponsored by the Virginia B^ch 
Diriment of Parks and Recr^tion; 

Lady, 25th and ocean front, Sundays 
7:30 p.m., sponsored oy the Virginia 
Beach Department of Parks and Rec- 
reation; 

August, Norfolk Symphony Youth 
Worksb(q» with Russell SUnger, per- 
formances daily; 

Ai^ust 6, Art in the Park Piqipet 
Review, 3 p.m., Redwing Park, spon- 
sored by the Virginia Beach Depart- 
ment of Parks and Recreation; 

August 7 through 28, a memorial 
exhibit of -Works by Walter Thrift," 
at the Vinrinia Beach Arts Center, 
18th and Artie; 

August 5 and 6, worksh(q) produc- 
tion of "Don Quixote", 8:30 p.m. at 
800 Monmouth Lane; 

August 6 and 7, registration for the 
Children's Drama Workshop to work 
with "The Lost Prince" (featuri^ 
matinees on Saturdays and Sundays at 
3 p.m.), register at Pembroke Mall, 
10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; 

August 13, band c(Hicert - "Viola- 
tions", Mount Trashmore at 3 p.m., 
sponsored by the Virginia Beach De- 
partment of Parks and Recreation; 

August 15 thnnigh 20, the play 
"Frankenstein", 8:30 p.m. atSOOMon- 
moirth Lane; 

August 20, "Pantomime Theater", 
Princess Anne Park at 3 p.m., tickets 
13; 

25 tbroi^ 27, .^*Pa^ltomlm<i 

matinee on August f? at 3 p.ii.i' 
red by the Virginia Beach De- 
partdient of Parks and Recreation. 



Beginner swim 



The YMCA will be offering a begin- 
ner swimming class for adults start- 
ing August 8th. The class will be t^en 
to men and women. Instruction will 
be given on all basic skills, biduding 
drownproofing. It is a great way to get 
into shtfie Ms summer, while learn- 
ing how to swim. For reglstrati(m and 
additinal informaton, contact the 
YMCA at 622-6328. 



Ob tte filty-sevwtb aMdverttry of 
tht gfaWig of wonWs HlMi^ fed- 
eral: wMtJei tivm dtt over tte Tide- 
w^ area Vdll te taKmdit a Federal 
Wmra's Equality Itey l^dwoa. The 
evert will take j^ce Friday, A^nst 
26. at the Officers' Cltft, OceattlUtTal 
Air SUUiMi. A cash bar wffl te^ at 
11 a.m. with the program and bMtA 
to Wlow lit 11:80 am. C.n^ itf fhr 
Iuach«m is 93.25 per person and res- 
erwtioBs are requirbu. 

ne dste marks the STthamdversary 
(A m year tte l»h Amewimert to Om 
U.S. Constituti(ffl was passed into law, 
stating that "The rights of citizens 
of the United ^tes shall not be denied 
or abri<%ed tqr the United SUtes or bf 
9 St*te on urcoiHit of f»r •' 

fbe theme of the lumdieon is "Women 
on the Move." Sponsored by the Ttde- 
waU^ Area CoonOnaticm Advisory 
Gr^, Equal Employmoit Onnrtaaity 
Program, the luncheon will feature two 
leakers: Marion WUtehurst, Mayor 
of the City of Chesapeake, and Doris 
hindlin, WBf Program, Virginia Em- 
ployment Commision. 

A limited number of tickets tar the 
luncheon are available at ea<A local 
fe(teral activity throng tiie activity's 
Federal Womoi's Prt^ram Co- 
ordinator. DeadliM for obtaining 
ti(dcets is Friday, Ai^ust S. 



Art show 



Applications are now being acc^ted 
for Ches^ieake's "Day In The Part." 
scheduled for S^ember 17 and 18. 

The art ediiUt, one of the main 
attraca(ms ot the two-day event, will 
be held in the main mall of the Chesa- 
peake Civic Center, off Cedar Road. 
Art work in oil, acrylics, watercolor, 
grai^cs, pottery, jewelry, photo- 
graphy, clay scul^ure, fiber and wood, 
and any creative medium is acceptable. 
All artists entering the exhibtt are 
requested to submit a pbotogr^ of 
their art woric with their applicattons. 
Artists under 18 are invited to rater 
the youth art show. 

In the ev«t of rain, exhibitors will 
be moved into the Great BrMge 
Recreati(» Ceirter and ttie e:diibit will 
be cootinned. Entry lee in the Adult 
art ^mAt is 910.00/ or 11.00 yoirth 
- 'irVjl!g.A wtofJfe^R^ > Jt r ^ t^yor 

(XMrtact the Chesapeake Dqiartment of 
Parks and Recreation, 547-6241, or 
Wrtte t>.0. Box 15225, ChesapMke. 
Virginia. 23320. 



Pap test 



The Virginia Beach HMlth Depart- 
ment ua the American Cancer Society 
will co-qiOBSor a Hp Test Serening 
on July 2901, at tiie Healtti Depart- 
ment OB 19th and Arctic Avenue. 
Screenii* will begin at 1 p.m. and 
continue ttiroa^ 3:30 p.m. Ail women 
over 18 are invited to attend. 




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Wednesday July 27, 1977 



Wins Catch & Fe^ 



Thel is s well 
with Frisbees 



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By BLAIR THUAMAN 
SUK sports ^or 

Wm R(» Swan got up out of bed 
last i&tarftqr noraiagi the last thing 
(Ml Us mind was a canine Frisbee 
ontest. 

Bat after Us yow^er brother Chris 
t^i^kM^,: Mortning him olthe 1977 
K4 Wo# Fmhee Catch & Fetch 
CMt»st4eii« ^M at the Virginia 
9l»di4tecA»tkm Cotfer ttettraoraiBg, 
lui gnMted iUs^QooiA Thel, a»l h«ft<ted 
fortlwCMter. 

Si»iA Ufa greefitf by the largest 
Catch i Ffl^h crowd tMt Tidemter 
^t>d«<^ in tWs the first year Of Vir- 
glBia B«ieh ctmpetitkm. Cbesap^ke 
had to caiM^ttHrirs ior lade ctf In- 
t«rast, and ifnrfolk had a retorted 
five partid^ats. Accordim to Judy 
RaMock ol the Virginia Baach Ite- 
partmwt of FarM and Recrfli^(», New 
y«rk City ^1^. 2? Bead! dogis dlased 
Frisbees toued by their owners Sat- 
nrday, with 8mm number 14. 

Unf(»'tofflately, the breeze Unt helped 
c«ol as all <rff last weekend also 



Virginia Beach's 

27 partklpants 

was tops In TIdawater 



hiffiiered efforts at smooth Frisbee 
tosses, and most dogs used to ttidr 
allotted five chances chasing errant 
throw's. The contest tested the ^Us 
of the toners as well as those of the 
dogs. 

But Swan, as well as five others, 
mastered the art of throwing in the 
wind, aui registered enough points in 
five flirows (one point fOr a catch, an 
extra one if all four feet were in 
the air, and one if the dog brings the 
Frisbee right bade to the owner), to 
qualify for the three minute free- 




C(|mpefition, from which a winner 
selected. 

Swa/and Thel (part shepard, part 
spitzVwon, and it was hoped that they 
would go to Danville next Saturday 
for tqe State conipetition. "If mybroth- 
ris wants to go with me, I guess 
I'll go." said Swan after the victory. 

Wimbig second place was Kelly 
Washbom and his dog Brutus. Placing 
third was Howard Brtckhouse and 
Blade. 

Ui^orm among >the contestants was 
a love of their pets. Brtckhouse, who 
picked vp Blade, a German Siepard, 
at the SPCA when he was a day old 
said, "He's more like a brother than a 
dog. He's the best buddy I've got." 

The Virginia Beach Dqnrtment of 
Parks and Recreatton, which with Kal 
Kah dog food and Frtsbee, sponsored 
the contest as part of a national com- 
petition, was elated with the turnout. 
According to Monica Thomas, a staff 
member, "We had only four entries 
on Thursday, but m Friday and today 
(Saturday), we got over 20 more." 




(SUN photos by fUair Thurmian) 

It looks as if winning dog Thel has caught the Frisbee with 
his paws, and is elated about it 







Hswaitl Brickhouse, Btede, Brutus. Kely Washburn, Ron Swan, Thel and 

Chris Swan pose after contest 



Blade goes high for a perfect grab Steve Fletcher's Denni was a crowd pleaser 



For fun, say go, not no, to Mo-Peds 



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By BLAIR TftjRMAN 
SU» Sports BtUtor 

"It scarwB me to death to see Mo-Peds on Pacific Avenue. 
I won't evw ride them there." 

That staiRRient wciua hardly startle m^uuv i^miliar with 
tlw engine-powered bicycles ttdt are betag viewed as pests 
lately, but c<msMlerii« that it was ma4« t^ Mo-Ped renter 
Dallas Tohill makes it a suiprise. 

Hie tmtt is, TxMll rallies ttat many (rf tte complaints 
against the pcpilar machines are valid, Oat is, Vwf can 
be (bngerous to both Mo-Ped driver and automobile driver 
aUke. fM ToUH nulsbin^ thd fir people paid attration to 
where it's safe to drive the MO-Peds, and if tte Vir|inia 
Beach City Com»il helped by addii^ some more bike 
trails, tbm tl^ lotMems wwld all bnt vanish. 

*"ll*re art 2S milMi of bike trails in Virginia Bwcb," 
Hrid TMU im wd(, "and there naUy is m r^son why 

tastMui (d mksf arwind m vmmm wm on the strip, 
TcMU m^ «Mt .Ito'Pwt drtnn Amid aMU themstivas 
to tte beavtifiil s%hts tint an available at very Uttk risk. 

TIM Use traU ke^u ^ 35tt «x»et, whl(A is tm smrce 
M ega^Am siBM.ifens peigMI ^eate it b^ias on 34th 
mm. M ^r 4^ Mo-M^drt«»r has n^rtteted that, 
^M it is clear rWii^. via trail and fpeder rMds all tlia 
my to the north md(tf the beach, which, accordi^ to Tdull, 
to a trip in its«U-Kt. 4^uty. 



"I iwi a IM (tf ^ople to Tt: Miry." he said. "The 
drin mif total nJMi If minrtM, and mm they're Own, 
Mrt to a M to (tol Anyone em v^ throat the ^tes, and 
to^^ at m iMtallatim is rwl iMer«ftii«. If p^e 
m0t a ^1^ baa^ I tell flMW ft. »m to te fim to 
^, Ym ea ted juR ^m awOlag a« m bufA faettwe 
M( Auy pe^to go." 

TMtl to* me M a tow M tte ^^ aecessMa by 
lft>-Md Md it was Mmi toMttitl^. Ttere are smb* old 
iMMig o^a m a mu f^ted bmA Mit art kito <rf 



tm to poke around in. 

If you ke^ riding to the far end of the base, Hospital 
R(Md curves off to the left and offers not only scenic 
beauty, Imt occasional military points of interest. Ideal 
Iricnic areas tiiound. 

Hk q>eed limit aa these roads to gowraUy IS m.p.h. 
wtoch uaOsa Mo-Ped riding safe Uirough these areas. 
The Mo-Peds themselves travel at a h^ speed of 20 
m.p.h. Tohill says they get SOO miles to the gall(»i, 'i 
own IS bikes aixi I Mly go thnx^h 10 gallcms o) gas a 
week." 

The Mo-Peds odl^ tte fim of Ul^ wltooo^ the effort 
needed to go any dttstaw», mA driving aroui^ a ^atee 
like Ft. Story, i^(^ to always buzzii^ with ampi^dos 
maehiaes or mamwvers, to a parted, and safe ptoee to 
rktotoem. 

Also to Ft Story, to te Oto O^e Henry Ugtthoose, 
ei9<^d to mi. It to toe dficial symbtd of Virglnto Bea^. 
•M is open to tte i»4>lic. 

Et« wmoA tolm to F1. »ory, Mktog thrwtfiDeatttlfal 
woods to pc^iU^. WUle ti^veltog Morth oa Attottlc, fa^ 
ton at Mto Street, and rater ^side ^te Parl^ iMch 
is bnut^^ with bike toails. 

"I <9U thto toe forest by toe sw," siM T(MU. "There 
are uAwm^ friaees lite thto. I s»d pac^Ae tere wte have 
<MyanhiwrtorM." 

Bid tte pn^tons arise wlwn Mo-Ped rtoers try and 
nat^te toe ttoetto tf tte strip. I^MU is to favor (rf 
inci^si^ toe toke tralU to t^^s toat are alrMrfy good 
«^MS to rite. "If yM trav^ Mdh m Ar^e, youteve 
lO cross lAtfdn with m H^, anl toe trail ends Mon 
after. Bit if ^Itlc were mMle^a bike n^e, yM cwdd 
cross La^to wito a U^t, aMi go all tlwwayAnnto 
ISto Hreet, tun r^ht vta^ it dMd Mds, tun toft (a 
M^Mni^u. and M» Mn to when ttw saU hotto an 
to tMw tolM. Ttera^isidMMoaghaadtra^tostow 
alwgtt^nMe." / 

/m»tt good torn ToUU Miged out ms>iy CoHm^ 



Road, accessible eitoer by Holly Road from Laskto, or 
from Pacific. 

"I have m^)s I give out to customers. If toey follow 
toem, toere is no problem," Tohill nrted, "but when 
they dtoregard toe law, toen toey are lUble. The only 
wav someone will get killed i5 if toey disregard the law 



City council is down on people who ride Mo-Peds, not 
Mo-Peds toemselves. I have no beef wito city council. 
I bacii toem iOO per cent when they recommend that toe 
police arrest people who use Mo-Peds recklessly." 

It's all quite (Avious. If you want to have fun, ride a 
Mo-Ped. But fcdlow toe bike trails and be careful. 




I^Peds can be safe ar^ fun at tt)e same tvne 



ifli 



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C'mon Acey, ia it aU 



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3 wins in less than 3 rounds is unreal 



.•KW 



Bjr BLAK THURMAN 
SUN %iorts Editor 

Otar ^»y Acey, tWs is gettii« ridiculo«s. I mean 
three kMKdEcnts in your first tluee prif-ssioaal figMs 
»«; fnn miich. 

Trtk ibMt flat starts. If you were t fcorse, f<a i»o*l 
maM Secr^rivt eat your dust. Look at it Uu:. »<>>. If 
yo« 1^ up tte Mai time you iiave actually speat in tte 
pro nii^ Wi^, jNHi wMUn't even haw ttree rouaris 
vortfa tfbcadifli,'Mdl considariag the Sicttkat your fights a^ 
scMtfoltf fa- four rouids each, 1 thinlc you should tbiak 
ibem fi«i« hade mme of tte m(^ jK«r «Pi^ fans 
^^ to iHteh vlttt has become a shgvt, alt^th weU- 
rt«ili^ pertawuce i^ you. Of imtvt, Jud^hy their 
r^^OB after pm ra^eoric viet<M-i», they la bo way 
f«l ^rt-^Bfed. 



to pirt him to sle^ has somrtUiv to <k) with my not bavii^ 
a ptatognwh (rf jmi in action. (^ «m't tdame me. ti jot 
want a^ton state, fiw me time to adjust my flash). 

And speaUBg <rf plK<«tra|Ay, it wwld be nice to haw 
a sta* of ^ a fw feet an*y from your (vpcment with 
yottr arm extead^ ia a elaslc bnl^tpose, tet as your style 
of ft^rt^ is to mj as filc^e to your tm m wUte on rice, 
t% turn to be CMt(art to ca^q«% you as y«if arms pump- 
Uke bite various mtd-rsectiOBs. 




thurmofi 




nte OBly pers(» that rivals you as a "tSrowd-i^tMr is 
ttt leiwly lass t^ enters U» ring between rtHO^ carrying 
a ^^ird informing us ift Ihe audience which nraad is 
torttKoniag. To my knowledge, ik) maa has yet evm 
Mbft M tte sign, while I have had to coirt Wwltt a foggy 
leai^at such times. 

Ust Thorsiay eveai^ at the Virgiaja Beach IXmie, 
n§ pidished off Willie Cnxlett by iutrodBdaf ydor r^ 
fist to his Jaw. The Ikct that it took fMbtf 49 seconds 



How 'bout $ nickiimim 

like '^bbin' MMiy? 

And is a nsidort <rf Vlr|^^ ^sft xrtKi flya Ids trade 
M t poltoHDtt ia HoHii^, jNM most be getttif tired <rf 
the isidas. Uke the charge of "poUce bmtaii^*' that one 
1^ Mat on jwu after fm dedcwt Irish Bob llcCarvey a 
few ^^ ago. 01 ttwse it works both ways. I heard 
someoa^tto the loieker rorai after ywu- latest victory 
mi^ aOKMng i^t bdng aMe to sleep b^ter if you 
fitfU erfaBe ^ jm fl^ boiers. 

I reaUr donl havf too mi^m ft ttne watcU^ yoo waits 
\iaoatjk foar pro atf««r, bectttwf you are huiable about 
yiwr ^^Ms, irtiich is rare amohg bcmers. Ia fact, perhaps 
ire caM do sonsMag to lives up ymir ij|iage,giveyw 
a oiaaMpe iiM- )n«r fus tonik^to. Maybe ''Sai^y Acey." 
Or how about "The Wigbm' Cop." "BcrijUa* B<^" has 
a Bice rbig to it, doB't yoti4htak? 

But perhaps It is best to remain Bdtibf Acey, boxer 
extRto^Hafcre. Yoo are acA a flarty fighter, you are ao 
ef|e«jHi* ngfifer. so why create an image when ti» inu^^ 
of a wian^r 's all jpa aeed. 

(^ yeah. I heard you are travelii« to Richmond fbr a 
fi^ before your aeirt schectaled bout at the Dome on 
Augest 25. Stay healthy Bobby, remember the Dome is 
Hone. 




A^y Is calm af^r f 
third straight KO 

• I: 

Only one porson Is more popular 
at the Dome than Acey ^ 




(SUN photos by Blair Thumiaa) M 




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'"^^ SJ ' iJiJitfi ' I liHi'Jf^ ' jiMuijui Jjj y 






4Um 



Byt is ready to try again 



Bankey misses 
spot 0/1 (JIS. team 



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msm^ 





the Beach 



Terry l^ikey 
Mtm aim 
i^lngtlm 
US.mmt 



By BLAS T8URIIAM 
SUN fi|)orta Edtt^ 

Vhet Terry Baak^, ^giBie Beach's aaswer to Amiie 
rOakfy, returaed Jwse froa Pacific Uiaaoiiri two weeks 
^^Ae«dso kMvtogttaifratpeaaacetotfcsico 

tad Fraaee tad beee deiMed her. 

Ste had plaeeil ffffli m» tw ^ft at edii«ieUoglB ttt 
ITHi ^am VS. Skeet StooUag Champiwirtipa, gad oily 
the top time etn a toft oo tae US. taten^aal team 
tti^ eaivj^ Utto WmM lfovii« Tar^rt qha^pintfl^ 
to PmeeiBadtte Coitfiltenrticm of the AsMrtns Sbootte 
^ChamjdniwMp to jjatcp. 

Tmry, althoM^ d iMp ift tete d, was p&poMpliical about it. 
"Mb wa« oriy aiy |o«r^WerBatloial meet, aad I msa't 
reaUy aMfideat. Tkatlnn worn mmm time vtth live 
rears of eqi^ieflee^^ttrtMs'te iaqr fim year. Inata 
tot (tf mric iMo it, aad I lUl shot podriy. That dis(»«n«ed 
ne. But I know that if I stay ^^«, 111 be better than 
tten. ril be r^dy for Md yttr." 

Ev« as a rouiM, tary has flq«|^ ^t»SH# thoi^, 
hariBg woa tlw If?? AOttitte Coast aUi«i^d^ JWer- 
tbelen. she nmatat ertttoal of h^itmj «e ske^riv^ 
for pe«<»0B is a dOfieult ipvt. ^. 

Ito^ peo^e are familiar wtthAe<tsho<rtl^, bat Ai^>i^ 
to TrtTf, the mu* tmmmm tj^ of ^moti^ is Himmm 
i^her tttt JMalanmi; «l^ is h^ ^Mialty. Oe 
«9^UM 0» tftterMces ^yiag, "bKCTMt^ttl is a^Mb 
Mrrtw VmM Aam^w. la Ai^r^^ 700 are alr«Mi^ 
etotog tte gMuMm yoa s^f "pm,"' $m MtomU^m 
0n tte enauna^ thfttn^ to r^aMd. b Mma^aal, 
PM taw to mui •Nbtk»vpBi rmMm Aiwwmist 
yoa say -^l.- the tan^ can be relcasMi mt time ia 
toe next three seeoads. Yon doa't reiUy kaow when to 
^expect It. Also, u cones out taster una u AmencsB." 
oaal sfcaet iboottog is wtat i» used in worUt- 
wide eonpetitioB, but it is virtaally a lost art to Virgiaia 
Beach. "No one arouad tare shoots btematioial," said 
Terry. "My father t*nght ne bo* to shoot, hat he shooU 
Anertean. A gay I date aad I are tta qoly oae* I kaow 
who shoot McrMttoaal, t tav* to laara oa myewa." 
Oaly .12 gauge shot ia used in latenatioaal cottpetitioa, 
and Terry is (|uite good at asiag it. Ia tte recart try«irta, 
ste ooee hit t2 targeto oat of a possible m. "The high 
for woRCB was 94." she said. 

The temper ibe lOO's pvery day 

"""• -* "■ H.,ig*- V nard, Ob the sMooddayi 

iidd tav# RHKie tbf team, bet I Inft 



^Vtring for BB^ years V.S. Sheet Stoati^ 



SbmUb' Joe Fraxtor, 
oae-time taMi^e^ebam- 
^oa hffitor of tte w>rld. was 
oe head at tte VtrgiaU Beach 
Owe last nwnidiqpfifffte 
tmtfesaloQal t^ds tetog 
teU th«« toat ewali«. 

Frasier'B CloverUy En- 
to'plaes, whldi tratas 
t^xem, tad three figUera 
pirttc^tiag ia tte six-bout 
ourd. 

Briore tte fighta, Virgtoia 
Vice Ittyor M 
StuflBg gave tte maa ttiat 
met teocted dom Mu- 
hanned AU dowa, tt» k^ 
totteelty. 



b tte>nato evnit, DwaM 
^NUtta, 198, s<»red a 
te^tttoal kaock(wt over Al 
Bynl^ r 

BiOwrt aeveBSM, 131, 
8«n«d a TKO dyer Marvto 
Laitooa. 

Mante j^oison, 19?, 
TKO'd Charlie Boston to tte 
Hcoadrouid. 

Erale Gla(toey, 13?, mm 
« nAlt (teeislQo over Will 

N(tt«)Ik middleweW 
Fred Brom «t» a qriit de- . 
ei^OB mrer Jake Jaridas. 

B1M7 Ac^ kao<d»d Mt 
WUUe Crocks to tte firri 
roud. 





Wins 
award 

MarUm Smith, a 197? grad- 
uate of Princess Anne High, 
was i^Dtly named a High 
Si^ool AU- America, for 
"<MitstaBdiqs (achievement) 
. . . la local, (Ustrict, and 
state etn^MltiW" 

At tte Ev^ra Begicwi 
track aad IMd a«el W» 
yntr, Marilyn woo tte i^3t 
pot competiti<Mi with a meet 
rMord bws <tf 40 feet^iS $/l 
lad^. ^e also pftoed mk 

to tte state: r ^?, 

Sie is currenfiijr fovertl- 
iattag sctotarshipjwssi^- 



Pat StancftTQ welcomes Joe Fraaer 




I 
do well 

Three C(» Hi^ wres^ers 

July 16 Frederi^rSwaty- 
Wincbester, Va. Sunm^ 
T^wmam^, which anwMiily' 
draws top wre^ers fttffl 
Marylai^, Pem^lwnta aad 
Viii^nla. 

Two won first ptace^fln 
Wapw (1^), aadSi^Pan: 
(9S). Baddy Kerr (138^ wos 
secoMl j^ce. 

Wagaer, a 197? Va. State 
dlMDi^n, wcm a major (to- 
cistM over a 19?? Ii[ai;^ad 
State ehaa^i^aad i^eiMi 
and wtsta^diag wresUer'i 
award. 

Flag 

football 

meeting 

The 197? orgaoiutlooal 
meetina for Adult Flag Fpot- 
te! Ancuflt 23, 

on -jiw r. *-(■■, '• iiion Drive at 
7:30 p.m. 

Ttese interested in eeter- 
ing teams iff tnvttMi to 
attend. Infc le 

coming seasoB wiu d« ms- 
eu«sed at this time and a 



fteFi^Kfc 






Boston OTfiae«i after a kj 



VtHi^ Nt0 An, My n,mi 



B-S 



(PUBLICATION 

Ci«rk'$ Oftice ol 

cuit Court of the 

of Vtifinia Beach, VA. 

y.„ Ihe 19th dav of July, 

1977 

Elsie Louise WiUon 
Holley, 
PUlntlff, 
. against 

Raleigh Lee Holley, 
Defendant. 



Tte oi^ect of this suit 
is to oMaiii a divorce a 
t^ulo matriroonii from 
tte ^d defendant, upon 
^ gnwnds of me year 
Mpantion. 

Anl an affidavit havi^ 
bttt jtMte and filed ^t 
fkt (WirilM^s* non-re- 
sldert: «l tte State of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
QtUm Mldress l»ln(; llsry 
Kill, ,Mojcth CaroUna it is 
orteiM that he do app^r 
Iwre witltin ten 110) days 
after ikte puldi<»tion here- 
of, (M|<^ 4o wtet may be 
oaee|iiirv to protect bis 
intei^ U this suit. 
A c^-Teste: John V. 
Fen^ins 

By: PatU A. Keenehan.De- 
p«ty,^q^ 
J. Bl^ DffliDelly 
$104 Aretic Avenue 
Vir^nla Bmch, VA 23451 

VBSS)T/27.8/3.8/10.8/l7 

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ORDSR OF PUBLICATION 

b the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Cotrt irf the 
City of Vlr^jiU Beach. Va. 
oot#miidayMJuly,l977 
LlndCtlaeksMliDaes, 
PWiiW, C 

mm V 

VernoB Ifairtice Jones, 



Tb« oUect 01 tlii« ^t 
is to dWiio a ^torce i i^- 
culo matfimoiii from the 
said defendant, iqton the 
grounds of one year's con- 
tinuous sepan^ioA^ 

And an afikiavit having 
been inade ud tUed that 
the def^gn^&t i< a non-re- 
sident ottbe State of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
office address being: 3103 
Gewttiye ATentte„Hillcre8t 
itgRi^k, Md. it is ordered 
^tlial he do apprar here with- 
in ten aO) days after due 
piAlicatum hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to 
Pfkect his interest in thjfs 

A copy-teste: John V. 

FaotiCHi Wt ^_« ' ' _jftfc. 

By: Httt^.TEeefflstawfiip 

poty.Cletl? 

W. ^hrard Hodgins, Jr. 

ISfiS Laskin Hoad 

VirginU Beach. Va. 23451 

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0RD5B OF PUBLICATION 
m the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Vligiitfa Bench, Va. on the 
ISthdayef July, 1977. 
R(«entarie G. Dicus. 
PlaiBtlK. 

tgfjIIBt 

WtUlam C. Dicus, 
Men^mt. 

The object (rf, this suit 
is to (*»taln a diyorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
said ^eteuaud, upon the 
grounds of one year sep- 
aratiOB of the parties. 

And an affidavit having 
bem and filed that due di- 
ligence has beat used by or 
in takaU of the CcHn^aiunt 
to a^rtain In whl^ oomtty 
or corporation the defendant 
is, irttiiout effect, the last 
known pbst dfflce address 
btii«: 3601 Kings Lake 
Drive, Virginia Beach, Va. 
if is orderied that he do 
aniMr here within ten (10) 
days alter dae piddi»ition 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his in- 
t«reirt in this suit. 
A copy-Trate: J(An V. 
Fentress 

By: Pi4ti A. Keenehan, De- 
pi^.Cleit 
^ilin D. Ro(Aer, Jr. 
2825 Princess Amie Road 
P.O. Bos 8363 
VUgima Beach, Va. 23456 

VBS-7/27,8/3,8/10,8/17 
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(MtOiR OF PUBUCATICW 

In the Clext's OffiM of the 

Circidt Court of tte City <rf 

Virgtola Beach, Va. <» the 

nth day «rf Aw, 1977. 

Helw v. Itelker, 

nalntW, 

anlMt 

MitH U Walker, 

Tie object of ttls «tft is 
to oltain a ttmrce a vin- 
cole BMtriao^ from the 
itU defaateitt, ^on the 
^pmS» rt oM yMT's $q>- 

•nrttoi. ^_ . 

And tf MIdavit having 
MdeindfiMtMthe 

!#■»►> BA-eMlHt 

of the telft el W^, 

aM«w b^ 1015 B^^ 
itiiet, MMtt VMte. Rebra- 
ska It Is ordend ^t he 



do a^fc 

tM (10) days alter due pub 
licatton hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect 
Ws Interest in this suit 



By: Patti A. Keenehan, De- 
puty, Clerk 
Alfred Bernard, III 
520 First 6. Merchants Bank 
BMg 

P.O. Box 3434 
Norfolk, Va. 23514 

VBS-7/27,8/3,8/lJ0,8/i7 
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Virginia Beacli PubHe Notices 



ORDER FOR PUBLICATION 

OF SUMMONS OR 

aTATION 

Superior Court of California 

Cw^y oi Onnge 

FUed Jnly 6, 1977 

Mberi Michael Duffy 

P^tidmrand 

VUa Diane Duffy 

Re^Modrnt 

Case Number 
D 12-85-02 

Upon readily ajid fil- 
ing evidence consisting of a 
declaration as provided in 
Secttcm 415.50 CCP by and 
it satisfactorily anieari^ 
therefrom that tte respon- 
dent Vida Diane Dufiy can- 
not be served with reason- 
able diligence In any other 
manner specified in article 
3, Chai^er 4, Title 5 of the 
Code Of Civil Procedure, 
and it also ai^earlng from 
the verified complaint or 
petition that a good cause 
of action exists in this ac- 
tion exists in this action 
m favor of the plaintiff, 
petitioner, or citee there- 
in and agaii^ the defen- 
dant, respondent, or citee 
and that the said defemlant 
respondent, or citee is a 
' necessary 'and pnqter party 
to the acticmor that the party 
to be served has or claims 
an Interest in real or per-- 
sooal prc^rty in this state 
that Is subject to the juris- 
diction of the Court or the 
relief demamied in the ac- 
tion consists wholly or in 
part in excluding such party 
from any interest in such 
pri^erty: NOW, on moticm 
of THOMAS MUNGARI.,... 



Attomey(s) for the Petition- 
er IT IS ORDERED that 
the service of said sum- 
mons or citation in this ac- 
tion be made upon said de- 
fiendant, respondent, or cit- 
ee by pidtlication thereof in 
The Sun Newspaper, 128 
Roseraont, Virginia Beach, 
Va., a newspaper of gener- 
al circulation pid>lished at 
Vlntaia B<9i. Va. hereby 

er most likely to give no- 
tice to said defendant; that 
said publicati(» be made 
at least once a week for four 
successive weeks. 

IT IS FURTHER ORDER- 
ED that a copy of said sum- 
mons or citation and of said 
complaint or petition in this 
action be forthwith dep(ai- 
ted m the United States fost 
Office, post-paid, directed 
to said defendant, respon- 
dant, or citee if his add- 
ress is ascertained before 
expiration of the time pre- 
scribed for the publication 
of this summons or cita- 
tion and a declaration of 
this mailings or of the fact 
that the address was not 
ascertained be filed at the 
eq^ration of the time pre- 
scribed for the publics - 
Uom 

WUliam E. St. 3<M, 
County Clerk 

Byron K. McMillan 

Judge of the Siq>erior Court 

Thomas Mungari 

Attorney at Law 

17621 Irvine Blvd. Suite 114 

Tustin, California 92680 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City 

of Vitginia Beach, VA., on 

the 13th day of July, 1977 

Mary Lou Staggers White, 

Plaintiff, 

ai^iost 

I^vid Samuel White, 

Defewbnt. 

The (rt)iect <4 this suit is 
to (rtrtain a ^iyorce a vin- 
culo roatrimcAiii from the 
said defencUmt, iqxm the 
grounds of both lartieslttv- 
ii^ lived s^»rate and apart 
for more than (m year. 

And an affl^vit hav- 
ing Wtt made a»l filed that 
the defendant is a non-re- 
si(tent of the State of Vir- 
g^, the last kiM}wn post 
<^ce a(klress being: 1580 
N. Ridge Road, Painesville, 
Cttio it is onlered that he 
do appear here within ten 
(10) <teys after dw pnldica- 
ik» l^reof, and do what 
may fa* necessary to pro- 
tect his interest in t^ suit. 
A «W Teste; JctoV.Fen- 
trws 

By: PatU A. Keenehan, De- 
puty Clerk 
E^ard T. Caton, lU 
Bany Haniol{* Kxb 
2508 Paeitfe Avenue 
Ylr^nia BsMb. VA. 

VBS.7/20,7/27,8/3,8/l0 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit court << the City of 

VirgiDia B^cb, VA,, on the 

13th day of July, 1977.' 

James H. Ward, 

Pla^ntifl, 

agabist 

Eunice White Ward, 

De^dant. 

The dl)ject of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo mairiinonii from the 
said defenlant, upon the 
grounds of more ttan l fUt 
separaltoa and ctmstmctive 
desertion. 

Ami an affidavU having 
been made ami filed that the 
def«)dant is a non-reaMwit 
of the State of Wiplaj 
tte last kwmn pdl^iUice 
address beii%: idlA 18th 
PI »W, Hickory, N.C. 28601 
it is ordered tint ste do ap- 
pear ^ere within ten (10) 
days after due publicatlcm 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: Jcrim V. 
Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, De- 
puty Clerk 
Gay E. MiUus, Jr. 
524 Independence Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, VA 23462 

VBS-7/20,7/27,8/3,8/10 
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ORDER 
VIRGINIA: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit Court 
of the City of Virginia 
Beach, on the 14th d^y of 
July, 1977. 

In re: Adoption of Bridgett 
Ann Graham and Jennifer 
Allyn Graham and for a 
name change to Bridgett Ann 
Fowler and Jomifer Allyn 
Fowler 

By: Donald Ross Fowler b 
Ann M. Fonder 
Petitioners 
To: Glenn R. Graham 
Address Unknown 



In Chancery 
C-77-1041 
This day came Donald R. 
Fowler and Ann M. Fowler 
Petttimers, and repre- 

H^proceoUng is to mlkt 
the ack^ion of the above 
named infant (s), Brldgeft 
Ann Graham b Jennifer All- 
yn Graham, by Donald Boiss 
Fowler and Ann M. Fowler, 
husband and wife, and af- 
fidavit having been made 
and filed tiat Glenn R. Gra- 
ham, a natural parent of said 
child (ren), is a non-resi- 
dent oi the State of Virginia 
the last known post office 
address t)eing: unknown and 
due diligence taken to loca- 
te said Glenn R. Graham 
without success. 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the said Glenn R. Gra- 
ham appear before this 
Court within ten (10) days 
after publication of this Or- 
der and indicate his atti- 
tude toward the proposed 
adoption, or otherwise do 
w^t is necessary to pro- 
tect bis interest in this mat- 
ter. 

A ctB>y teste: John V. 
Fe^ess, Clerk 
Thomas B. Shuttleworth 
211 Pembroke HI Bldg. 
Virginia Beach, VA. 23462 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City of 

Virginia Beach, VA, on the 

12th day of July, 1977. 

Charleen Swann Huddy, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Donald Craig Ruddy. 

Defendant. 

The (^Ject of this suit is 
to oi>tain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii"'l^n the 
said defendant, ipaM^be 
grounds of a sepkration for 
more than one year. 



And an afttdavit having 
been made and filed that 
tlM defendaid is a mm-re- 
sidMtt of the State ot Vir- 
giotejr the last known post 
0^^ addTMS being: 1015 
East Viaelanl Road, Apt. E. 
Aii^Mta, Geoifia it is or- 
dered ttet he (to a^mr tore 
wtthin ^^10) days after 
due pobUcaUon hereof, and 
do what my be necessai^ 
to pnrtect his itterest in 
this suit, 

A cc^-Teste: Jcto V. 
Fwtress 

By; Patti A Keenehan. De- 
puty, Clerk 
% Le^b Ansell 
4336 Viiglnia Beach BliRl. 
Viitlua Beach, VA. 23451 

VK^-7/a,7/27,8/3,8/10 
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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City 

of Virginia Beach, VA., 

on the 11th day of July 

1977. 

Terry Francis Chattteld, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Kathleen Mary McElhinney 

Chatfield, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
mensa et thoro, later to 
be merged into a decree 
of divorce a vinculo mat- 
rimonii from the said de- 
fendant, upm tbe grounds 
of willful deserticm. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a ntm-re- 
sident of the SUte of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
office address being; 1228 
Benson Avenue, Flint, 
Michigan, it is ordered that 
she do a#ear here within 
ten (lOV days after due 
publication hereof, and do 
what may be necessanr to 
protect her interest id this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, De- 
puty Clerk 
Alexander P. Smith 
1412 First National Bank 
Bldg. 

234 Monticello Avenue 
Norfolk, VA 23510 

VBS-7/20.7/27 ,8/3,8/10 
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ORDER * 
Virginia: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit Court 
of the City of Virginia 
Beach, on ttie 27th day of 
June, 1977. 

In re: Adoption of An In- 
fant Female Named Anita 
Marie Hammcmd 
By: Bruce Lynn Charlton 
b Linda Darnell Charlton 
Petitioners 
To: Nick Bofo 
Dam Neck Naval Station 
Virginia Beach, Virginia . 

In Chancery 

#77-887 
This day came Bruce Lynn 
Charlton and Linda Itemell 
Charlton, Petitioners, and 
r^resented that the object 
of tills proceeittDg is to ef- 
fect the adqtticm of the above 
named laftoft, Aidta liUirle 
Hammond, by Brpce |iynn 
Charlton and Linda Duti^l 
Charlton, husband and wife, 
and affidavit having been 
made and fUed that Nick 
Bofo, a natural parrat of 
said child and that due di- 
ligence has been used by 
or on bdiall of tke peti- 
tionees to asceiiain in which 
county or corporation the 
last known post office add- 
ress beii«: the said natural 
parent is, without effect. 
Dam Neck Naval SUtion, 
Virginia Beach, Va. it is 
therefore Ordered that the 
said Nick Bofo ai^>nr be-, 
fore this Court within ten 
(10) days after pidilication 
of this Order and indicate 
his/her attitude toward the 
proposed adcq^ion, or other- 
wise do what is necessary 
to protect his interest in 
this matter. 

A copy Teste: Jdm V. 
Fentress, Clerk 
By: Patti A. Keenehan, D. 
C. ^ 

Alan L. C(^en p.q. 
1955 Virginia National Bank 
Bldg. 
Norfolk, Virginia 23510 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City 

of Virginia Beach, Va. on 

the 27tti day of June, 1977. 

Thomas Gregory W^r, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Beverly PmIsoo Weir, 

D^encbuit. 

The object of this suit 
is to dbUalk a divorce a 
vinculo mat^MmU from the 
said defenbnt, vtpoa the 
gnnmds of continiMMis se- 
{wntiott for a pertod of 
more than (»e (1) ynr. 

And m affidavit tevisg 
bew m^e and tiled that 
tlw H^bOuA Is a MM-re- 
sidmt of the ^te <rf Vir- 
ginia, tl» last kaom pc^t 
office address being: 4943 
Siandia Way, Los Aagrt«i, 
CA it is ordnred 0«t she 
do ^ppMr here w&ttak tm 
(10) days after im pmn»- 
tSm hertci, and dowtetmay 
be neeesnry to prcAe^ her 
littereatftMssult. 
Ac(^-Teste: Jrt«V.F«- 
tress 

By: Patti A. Keeneten, De- 
pu^. Clerk 
Lei^AnSill 

4886 Vlrfinla Beach BM. 
Vlffiala Beach, VA I3«2 

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ORDER OF PUBUCATION 
In the Clerk's Office (rf the 
Clre^ Court of the City 
of Vlrgima Beach, Va., on 
^ SOUi d^ of June, 1977. 
Betty Evans ^rter, 
Plattftlff, „ 

against 

Charles Harold Porter. 
Defendam. 

The objeet of this suit is 
to ol^la a divorce a vin- 
culo lutfrimtmli trom the 
said d^endattt, tqxm the 
grounds Of caotUmmis se- 
paration in excess of one 
year. 

And an affidavit having 
be^ made and filed that due 
dlUgence has been used by 
or in behalf of the Com- 
plainant to ascertain in 
wkich county or corpora - 
tioB tbe defendant is, with- 
mtf etfect, the last known 
post ottice address being: 
3421 StancU Street, Vir- 
ginia Beach. Va. it is or- 
dered that he do appear here 
within tra (10) days after 
due piAllcaaon hereof, and 
.do what may be necessary 
to protect his interest in 
this suit. 

A Cc^-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, De- 
pu^ Cleric 
Thomas Broyles 
3Stb Street and Pacffic Ave 
Virginia Beach, Va. 

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gRDER OF PUBUCATION 
I the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, VA on 
the 28th day of June, 1977. 
Robert Q. Judalena, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Eva Jo Judalena, 
Defendant. 

The object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrtmonii from the 
said defendant, i^on the 
grounds of one year se- 
paration. 

And an affidavit hav- 
ing been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non-re- 
sident of the SUte of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
office address being: Route 
1, Box 342, Camden, North 
Carolina 27921 it is ordered 
tint diedo appear howvith- 
ip top (U)^4ay§ «ie». <^e 
pablicatim hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 



A copy-Teste: J^ V. 
Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan. De- 
puty. Cleric 
Jerome B. Friedman 
160 Newtown Road, Suite 416 
Virginia Beadi, VA. 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of 

the Circuit Court of the 

City of Vitginia Beach, Va 

on the 5th day of July, 1977 

Wilbert Bernard Long, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Doris Ann Long. 

Defendant. 



The object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrtmonii from 
the said defendant, iqion 
the grounds of one year's 
separation. 

And an affidavit hav- 
ing been made and filed 
that the defendant is a non- 
resident of the ^te of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 

S16 Halbrook Street, Bal- 
timore, Maryland it is or- 
dered that she do an>Mir 
here within ten (10) days 
after due publication here- 
of, and do what may be 
necessary to prefect ber 
imerest in this suit. 
A c<^y-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, De- 
puty, Clerk 

WUliam B. Colona. Jr. 
1397 hksMia Road 
Virginia Beach, VA 

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(HIDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Click's Office of 

tte Circtttt ^Coivt of the 

City of Virginia B^k Va. 

ontbe5thdayofJaly7i977 

Louis William Silbemhn, 

St., 

Plalntlfi. 

i^ainst 

^nira GaU Wimberiy 

SUbersabn. 

IMen^hmt. 

Tbe ebject ot this suit is 
to ^Aain a divorce a vin- 
culo matriWMii fr^ the 
said Mm$uit, vpx tte 
grounds oi one yttr se- 
paratloa. 



Am an affidi!^ havmi 
been mte tad filed ttet 
tbe def«adi^ is aaw^re- 
sident of die State of Vir- 
fihia, the last known post 
office addi^ss Ning: 9130? 
D Hansl Drive, Coitws, 
CtarisU, Tmss U is or- 
dered ttet ^M do i^tpear 
here wfthln ten (10) days 
after due publicatioQ bere- 
of, and do wlmt may be 
necessary to |Mt4ed ter 
interest in this rait. 
A ciqqr-Teste: JfM V. 
Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, De- 
ploy, Cln-k 
Jdba D. Booker, Jr. 
M2$ Prim^ss Anne Rd. 
Virginia Beacb, Va. 23458 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
1 the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beadi, on Oe lith 
day of June, 1977. 
CbarleneFay Gustaitto. 
Plalntifi, 
agabist 

Brian Leo Tlmotby Gustaitls 
Defendant. 

The object of this suit 
Is to obtain a divorce a 
Tincido matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon tbe 
grounds (rf one year separa- 
tion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non-re- 
sident of Oe State of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
office address being: Fourth 
Medical BattaUon, Hdqlrs 
"A", Ft. Camon, Colorado 
it is ordered ^t |w do ap- 
pear here within ten (10) 
days kfter due piddlcaiion 
hereof, and do what may be 



necessary to protect Us in- 
terest in this suit. 
A copy-TMte: J<An V. 
Fentress 

Joy A. JcAansen. D«wty 
Clerk. 



Chariene Gustaitls 
4012 W. Colonial Pkwy 
Virginia Beacb, Ya. 23452 

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ORDER OF PUBUCATION 
In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
'* City of VirginU Beach, Va. 
on the SUi day of July, 1977 
Roy Dean Gregory, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

PauU Gregory, 
Defendut. 

Ilie (Aject of thU suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii fn>m 
the said defendant, tqiontiie 
grounds of desertion v^ch 
occurred on May 28, 1976 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed tut 
the defendant U a non-re- 
sideirt of Qie SUie of Vir- 
ginU, the last known post 
office address being: 8543 
Talmat Court, St. LouU, 
Missouri. 63123 it U or- 
dered that she do appear 
here within ten (10) d|ys 
after due publication here- 
of, and do what amy be 
necessary to protect her 
Uterest in tills suit. 
A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, De- 
puty, Cleric 

Wmum H. Colona, Jr. 
1397 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, VA. 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATK>N 

In the Cleric's Office <tf 

Uie Ciretdt Court of tte 

City of VirtinU Bendi,Va 

on tlw 5& day of July, 1977 

I^trtck N. McUui^, 

PUintifi, 

against 

DwoUiy E. MeUughlia. 

Defendant. 



The (AJect of this suit 
is to obtain a divoree a 
mensa et tboro, to be Uter 
merged Mo a ttvorce a 
vinculo matrimorii from 
tbe said 4ttHduli, npoe 
tiie grounds <MF insertion. 

And an affi(tavtt having 
been made and filed that 
tiM d^tendairt Isanoa-re- 
sUMt. of tin Stirte of Vir- 
ginU. tbe la^ knmn pmrt 
office addTMs b^ig: torte 
9, Box m. 'raUrkaat.Tt- 
as 7S501. it U orteed 
nai riw do ^pear Itm 
wttMa ten (10) days VBaw 
dw piMittnon bereol, and 
do itm nay be neensary 
to p«te^ ter iMerest U 
tiOssutt. 

A eopy-f ette: Joim V. 
FeabPHs 

By:N^A. Ksenebin.Pe- 
piky, Cl«* 



Gregory A. Giordano 

ftttte 211 Mmta^e Three 

BWg 

Pembroke (Mfice Parte 

VirginU Beach, VA.23462 

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ORDER 
VIRGINIA: In tiie Cleric's 
office (tf the Circuit Court 
of ttie City of ViiglnU 
Beuh, 00 the 5th day of 
July, 1977. 

In re: Adi^on of All Su- 
san Collins and for a 
^nge of name from All 
Susan CoUbis to All Susan 
WtrdeNugb 
By: Alfred W. b Sandra 



S. Werdebnngh 

PettUoners 

To: Michael A. Collins 

Naval Air SUtion 

PensacoU, Florida 



In Chancery 
#C-77-781 

ThU day came Alft'ed 
W. Werdebaugh and San- 
dra S. Werddiai«h, Peti- 
tioners^ and represented 
that tiie object of tills pro- 
ceeding is to effect the 
adoption of tiie above nam- 
ed InUnt, Alt Susan Col- 
lins, by Alfrid W. Werde- 
bani^ and Sandra S. Werde- 
bai^, husband and wile, 
and affidavit having been 
ma and ifiled tint Mich- 
ael A- Collins, a natural 
pireiit M said child, U a 
non-resident of tbe SUte 
of VirginU, the last known 
pm^ office address tieing: 
Nanl Air SUtion, Pensa- 
coU, Florida ft is there- 
tore Ordered that the said 
Mkbael A. Collins an>ear 
before this Court witidn 
ten (10) days after pub- 
lication of this Order and 
Udicate his attitude to - 
ward the proposed adtqi- 
tion, or otherwise do wbat 
is necessary to pn^ect Ms 
interest U tUs metier. 
A capf teste: John V. 
Fentress, Clerk 
By: Patti A. Keenehan, D.C.. 
Ralph E. Lawrence 
Suite 101, Fairfield Office 
Bldg. 

5241 PRINCESS Anne Road 
VirginU Beach, VA 23462 

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Om>m OF PUBLICATION 

la tiM Clerk's Office of tiie 

^ircoit Court of tiie City 

of VirgUU Beacb Va. on 

the 5tii day of July, 1977. 

BenJamU L. Brook, 

PlaUttff. 

against 

Cydne M. Bnxdc, 

Defendairt. 

The object of this suit 
is to OMaU a divorce a 
mensa et thoro to be sub- 
sequently merged into a 
divorce a vinculo matri- 
monii from the said de- 
fendant, upon tbe grounds 
of desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
tiie dtf eadant due dUigence 
has been nsed tqr or U be- 
hUI>^ tiw compUinsnt to 

ascerUU to which county 

or corporation the defen- 
dant U, wttbout effect, tiie 
last known post office aM- 
ress being: 3729 East 
OcMn View Avenue, Nor- 
folk, VA it is ordered that 
she do appear here withU 
ten (10) dajn after due pidtt- 
lication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to pro- 
tect tor Uterest in tbU 
suit. 

A cqnr-Teste: John V. 
Fortress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, De- 
paty. Clerk 
Ktinerg & Childress 
533 Newtown Road, ^lite 
101 
VirginU Beach, V. 23482 

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(ODER OF PUBLICATION 
ta Um Clerk's Office of tiie 
Circuit Court of the City 
of VirginU Beach, Va., on 
ti» Stb day of July, 1977. 
Richard SUten, 
PUiatifl, 



KMaeea McClaU «atai, 
Oelaadant. 



The oNect of 0^ suit 
il to oMnU a dirorce a 
vflttite lEMtrimonU fitMs 
tka Slid d^Mdaat. upon ttw 
graiwti Id iqparatton for 
ami ten one year. 

Aad aa aiyavtt having 
bean amde aadfitedttatthe 
d^Maai U a n(»-rMidH« 
of flu ante of VktfaU. 
tie 1^ taown port otfM 
•#^e^^<Mig: MS LyMh 
^KfApmi, Moitt Caro- 
lina ft U ordered Umt she 



do ai^ear here within ten 
(10) days after due pab- 
li^iM hM«of, aoddoiMat 
may be McesMry to mv- 
tect her faterert to this 
sutt. 

A copy-Teste; John V. 
Fentress 

By: Patti A. KeM^an, De- 
puty, Cl«^ 

Edward DM 

309 Gi^ter Norfolk PUsa 
555 Fencharch Street 
Itorfolk, VA. 23S10 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

b tiie Clerk's Office tf 

tiie Circuit Court oltiieCttr 

of VirginU Beadi, VA., on 

tiie 6^ day of June, 1977. 

Frances Alladine Cres 

Sudera, 

PUlntlff, 

sgaUst 

James Ray Sanders. 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit 
U to obUU a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
tile said defendant, upon the 
grounds of one year se- 
paration. 



And an afltdavit having 
been made and filed tlttt 
tiie defendant due diligence 
has been used by or in be- 
half of tiie Cmnidainairt to 
ascertaU U which county 
or corporation the defen- 
dant U. witiMut effect. Uie 
last known post t^ice add- 
ress beii«: 4900 Mandan 
Road, VirginU Beacb, 
VirginU tt U ordered tint 
he do appear here within 
ten (10) days sfterduepub- 
licaticm hereof, and do whart 
may be necessary to pro- 
tect his Uterest in this suit, 
A copy-Teste: John ^ 
Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, De» 
puty. Cleric. 
Rdiert B. Cromwell 
Pembroke One-Suite !^9 
VirginU Beach, VA 234K!a 

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ORDER OF PUBLICA-nOH 
Utile Cleric's Office of tiie 
Circutt Court of tiie City 
of VirginU Beadi. VA.,ra 

Plaintilff, 

against * 

Walter H. Jordan. 
IMendant. ; 

The object of this suit ^ 
U to diUU a divorce a i 
vinculo matrimonU tna$ 
the said defendant, qion the ^ 
gnnmds of the parties hav* I 
ing lived separate and apart 
for more than (»e (1) year 
contUumis and without co- 
hidiiUtioo. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and ffied that the 
dtfoidant's last known pest 
office address is 1073 G. 
VcfAtr Street. Chesapeake, 
VirgUU, andUiatdoedi!- 
igwce has be«i used by 
and on behalf of tbe |dain- 
tiff to ascertaU U what 
county or corporation the 
defradant U, without ef- 
fect, ft U ordered that he 
do aiyear here within ten 
(10) days after due publica- 
tion hereof, and do what 
mav be necessary to pro- 
tect his Uterest U this suft. 
A ctqiy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, De- 
puty, Cleric 
Stout L. Nachman 
1116 united VirginU 
Norfolk, VA 23514 

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ORDER OF PUBUCATKHI 

U tiie Cleric's Office of tim 

Circutt Court of tiie City 

ol VirginU Beacb, Va., on 

tile 6tii day (rf July, 1977. 

WilUam Ronald Doggaa. 

PUintifl. 

against 

Scnhany Ann Huid Duggan , 

Dmndnnt. 

The oi^ect of teU raft 
U to oMaJn a divmree a 
menn et Uum tnm the 
said defeadam, qpon ttM 
groaads of des«1toa. 

Aad u aflldivtt havUg 
beea made aadffiwitfeatthe 
defeadaat U a Boe-residMt 
of ttie State of VirgUU, the 
Ust'lowwa post ^ce tM- 
rMs btfag: PMtOffiecBoi 
9SS, SaadtrsvlUe, GeorgU 
31012 tt U wtiered that 
tiM do appwr hnvvMii 
tea (10) dain afterdaepab- 
Ueatte h»eol. aaddoidut 
may be necesttry to pro- 
tect ter interest U Ms 
satt. 

A c^-T^e: Joka V. 
tmt aw 
9f. Patti A. KeeMhaa, De- 

C^,Ctarfc 
(te«AA. banaa 
&^211, ^mibttHufmu 
ttdg. 
Vb^U Beaek, Va. am 

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1 



^A. 



ftMMBMil 



fi. 

ApirtRient District on certain ^upvrty located on the 
Nortli side of the Virfinia BMch-Norfolk Expresswty 
beflnniHK at the l»ter«ection of Village Drive and 
EiiglUAi Court, runaini a distance of 36S.65 feet alone 
thi Nortb»ni proptrty line, running a distance of 986. 83 
fe«t nlons Uie Etft«rn property line, running a distance 
of 370.68 feet along tiw North side o( the Virnlnia 
BMcli-Norfi»tk E^rtMvay and mnning a distance of 
1005.32 tMt along the Western property line. Said 
parcel contatns i.9S a«res. (Laskin Village Area). 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

16. Petition of Annln B. Kellam and Floyd E. KeUam 
it., E}teettt<M« ud T4««t«u for tte Estate of Floyd 
E. Kellaa, for a CMm ^ t^mm District Classifi<»- 
Wm ft^ 0>1 OMc* District to B-a Connvnity'-Busi^ 
ness District m ctrtirin property lOMtad on the North 
sMk ci PriM^s Ane 1^^ N^nnint at « ptMi^SM 
6^ t^m « l»s VMt«fltoftuudf4(Rbadt rUBuag 



«■ 



UDUC Noticrr 



lis feet am tke Hulk «Me (rf PriMess 

nw^ng a «stanet(rf Itt le^ norevr 1ms 

r^KS^ivarijr itoe, nMing a diic6M«of 

ta» MMtkcfB ^«eerty Uae and rauUag a 



aiMgHw 

iimtrnx tf 172^ fwt along tt«£ul«n^^rty One. 

PRINCESS AJWe BOT- 



laM 



«onfeUw .41 acre. 



If . MtUw <lldris &Md ttm L. ^sley for a Change 
a( Skmi^t MMet C^Ntt^fita from R-l RMM«rtial 
Mkfiet Id M-tOmmmttf-Ba^tms Ustrict m <i«rti^ 
prqpavty IkMM at tte awtkvM MerseetlcNi tf ,SoiM 
LynAavw Mad and Q^bw ^»d, nu^ag a dMani^ (d 
ISO feet ntong tkt Swdi side ol Gator Read, nn^ a 
dU«u(» «l ^ IM ataag tN WMtea^ropertir iSie, 
rantng • ^Hmm «f ISO fe^ aU»g the ^wttei^ 
property Ifee and r^itfng a dlstai^ <tf SO feetatong 
tke West sMe ef SeMt LynntevM toad. Said parcel 
eortalas IStO sqfiare fe^. (ntyl^wn Area). ' 
M. P¥Mm df Gonlaa B. Fatter, Dean S. Pc^er, Jr., 
iiKttle ». PMer and Jttn Rigr Patter for a Cliai«e of 
Wm^ DWrtet Ota^fieattofr from R-5 BesldeiAial 
ttstrict te B-1 nealneia Realdertial District on cer- 
Ma profierty toe^tf oi tiie Nortb side of Laskin Road 
keglairiag at a pntait 2M feet nore or less West of Win- 
wiod M*e, miwiiM a^^ttstance of 210 feet nm^ or less 
lAng tke Heifli aJM of Laskin Road, running a distance 
ol Me J^ tfORg to Western vnfV^ Um» rmsim a 
dtriaaee el t» fe^ alMg tke ]foi«em property; line 
and nntai a Atece of 3S».$?le«t akxn tte Ei^em 
ptoper^ Uam. SaU panel eoob^ i.§l aeres nore or 
less, ^ratep Arse). LnMHA^I WMKWGH. 
If. Mtti]» el Ja«e» & aaA JIMle L. Ovn^fora 
OwB^ ol ZoM« BMiM C^UMiBGatkm tram S-l 
ResMesi^ OWfM te#-^t C^anaattyv^siness QU- 
Mdt w e«teiB prepM^ Ioq^mS on tbe W«it side^ 
Geale^ffle YMTSi^ keg^ntag tt n pi^ 12H)0 fe^ nere 
or tan Soitk ei IMqiilUe I^Md, Rhntag a.distaaee 
of m.^JmlL »km§ tke< West sMe ol Centerville ton^ 
pike,nfMi^ A dMsMt of UI7 J fert aKng tte South- 
en vvofwrty Mm, nanfeg n tttsdaace d 120.8 feet 
along tte Werti^ prop e rty UJw Md rvoning a dii^M>ce 
ol lall.Z feet nlenc tke Nortteni pro^rtjr Jlse. ^ 
parcel eontyns S.1S a<9^. I^IPSVILLE mmom. 
U. PilttiM of Mian Ganllas «»■ a Ckanjie d( aSdkl^ 
Oistriel Glanitolian ironi R-lJtesideatial DfetH£t to 
A-3 IpHrHMBt MMct ^ coialn imperty JtraOed 
20 feil Vest ei PIsnsere Boose Road k^{iaiili« at a 
poM ^SMifeat SiMtt ^ Brigidooa IMm, nuuung a 
(k^ttse el 4^.1 feet akw tke Ninrtken property 
ifee, noBiig a ^nmmta 1» feet more m less a^oiv 
tte WestwB pnyerty Une, nmeing n distance of 3K 
feet along tte Soetten yroperty Une wd rowing a 
(ttataee of 110 feet aUnf tte Efertera property mi. 
SaiAyNH^ Is kaem^«B,»« jneaMffeBense Heed oi 
cont^ks 1 acre kMieek less. BAYSIDE BORSUCffi 

21. MtlteBQf Breetf Bi9 Prapttties, he., feFft^kaiye 

^ ^ ^m m0 m.m^^m BLSmk R-Lji«stde«tfei 

pe^lMcdTtin;^ m^i.mJmm ito^jo|}iflrtk» 

&«it Ifed^ Bmt kei^Asg at a peik 114 leeta^ or 
fess Hertt wes t ef &mft iflU Boed, raaning ndi^nee 
of 8% IttH waat^ Siiss along tte SooOmn j^ti^erty 
4ine, rvsadng a dtsUvn^ of 808 feet more <»■ tens akng 
the Wealcra pMp«^ line, mMttt a tttsfeaee dl H«S 
feet aleag tke Itortkers property Une <tlM Soatkernkonn- 
da^r of Ibraad &9). and nantfng « distance of 1120 
feet ai«« ^ less ung Am Ssstem^operfy line. Said 
par<^ eoalafes UM acres. (Green BUI Farm Area). 
LTinnAVBI BOSOWffl. 
C(»fOTMlAL IHEE PQMIT: 

22. AppUciilott of Udevata* Westminiirtu- B(»ms, Inc./ 
First Colonial vmaie, be., for a Conditional Use Per- 
nat for a l»-nntt Presbyterian/E^sopal Retlr^i^ 
Facility on certain proper^ located at tke Nortkwest 
eiH«er^ of Great Rccit ftiad and Lund Cove Drive, run- 
ning a (ttstuee of m.80 feet along tke West ^de (rf 
Great Xcdi Road, noi^ a (Bstsnce of 425.49 fe^ 
atotf. flw Matkem pny»ty Uw, ranning a distance 
of WM feetAloag Vie WMfemprcyerty line and rai- 
ning a tts^Ke tf 4S0 feet alMgttellOTtk side of Laarel 
Cove Mte. fifd parcel omfelu 7.63 acrM. (Laarti 
Cove-Woaliirst Arena). LYimiiVEll BOROOGH. 

23. AnMaMon of COarial-Laskh Assmdates, aLiiMted 
fv^mm^ IM- a ^iMenal Use P«Btt fer a drive-in 
tkeahre eai cerfeia ariperfy located on tke West siife 
of First OikMdal Ksei keginaii« at a p<M 5»} feet 
■ere or less Iktatt of Oe VbYJUa Beach-KorMk Es- 
is-asMay, tmuim a dWim» of 21.61 feetakmgtte Wm^ 
riHB of Pir^ C^Griel WmO, rwdng a distance ol 
MW.M feet along tke Korean jHPOpsrty line, rami^ 
a distance (rf 6M.89 feet akng tke W^em i»t|>erty 
Une. rmriag a (Uanee ^ dSO.m Mt akmg Oie XwOi 
Side ef tke Vti^nfe Beack'lferfgtt Eipressway, mnning 
a Mstanee ef m feet in« Hmpiatj dlredtoi andnk-» 
■tag a dfetnee of 483.91 ttit fe an UttoAj direetkn. 
Said paieM contalM 15 acres. OUmap S<|ure topping 
CMer Ares). LYMfHAVSIf BOnmSH. 

24. ApfMeation (tf Lee A. Gifford imr a Conditional Use 
I^vlt ta* Bkii'Vare kMS« on t^rtafe property kxa- 
ted OB tte East tide ef Ferry Pln^tfen Road b^r 
dag at a piriat 70S fek SeodKrf Bajiood fUmi, nradeg 
n^MfeKe of 80 feet msn or less ala« tte East st^ 
of Pftfty PfentMloa ieaif , rwaiag a (ttMa»» of 0i 
feet aore «■ less in an Easterly direetion, raoi^a 
dtateee of 190 iMt nwre or 1ms fe a $oi^rly «ree- 
tfei^ f«Mng a iUta^tt 106 feet riMnre or Ins along 
tke MHtt side of Soney Grove Road, ram^ a <ttstan^ 
of ^ fe^ nK»« w less in a Nortterly direetk», 
rmting a (tti^ance (rf M feet n(»« «■ less in a Mortk- 
wulbmt dinctta^ rwring a dlMaee ct 97 feet mote 
Of len in a Rortkei^ direction and ranting a distaee 
Of 419 tm nore or 1ms aiMg tte Nnttem ^tyerty 
Une, SfeM paieti cei^ln 2.S acrn n(B« 4h- fees. 
AMeeAJitappIng Confer Area). BAYaoC BOKKKM. 
m.lmUmmmM ne TmstsM of tke Norfttt mffh 
fead»aHrek of God fer a ConMioBal Use ftrattfer 
« ^msttm ^rtafe w^fputf loMttd en tte N^tttite 
•f MMHB^ Avene kwbn^ at a poM 3I6.W C^ 
WMt df Amk» Meme, ranfiir a ittstu<» et<^kti. 
afeag tke Ifertt side of Iformawtar Avenue, nnnii« a 
dialanee of 200 feet in a Nortterly direetion, twting 
n dfefeaee of UO feet in a Westerly direction, nnwtng 
a atstaaee ef U99.03 feet along tte Western propertp 
line, nHlag a distance of 720 feet more or less along 
tte Rectkem praperty line and mnning a distance of 
1020 feet aore or lees along tte Eastern property Um. 
Said pnreei is irregiUr fe steps and contains 13 acrM. 
(AvalM Terrace Afm). 

26. AJMUcntlon of JUrvev H. SMflet, ID, fOr a Conditional 
Use Permit for recmatknal facilities of an ontdoor na- 



iHre (tennis oonrts and related fecUitles) on eertsin 




nktiar a distance of 3M fMt aki^the 
Wm dWe at Tkofeasltotep Late, rwwini a distance of 
SmI.OI feet along tte Westert prqptrty line, nuu^ a 
MataMM of 178.42 feet in a Ifotttnsterly dlrecttott and 
imim a dManee of 110 feet fn an Easterly direction 
JMljife rt eoniains .9 acr- """ "- '«!S LYNNHAVEN 

■Metal. 



27. APpii'-Sll"''" ■' 1 ni'-».4i.f. cijjm i.j «^«ii i-iiju. 111-. . 

for a Condltioiuil Use Permit for recreational facilities 
pf an outdoor nature (conducting gymkhanas involving 
sports car ratlies>«fn certain property located within 
tte parkiog^Are&at the Northeast corner of Kellam 
ROad aiid Columbus Loop, running a distance of 458 
feet along the North side of Columbus Loop, running 
a distance of 918 feet more or less along the Eastern 
property line ninni6g a distance of 530 feet more or 
less along the South side of Virginia Beach Boulevard, 
running a distance of 243 feet in a Southerly direction, 
running a distance of 131 feet more or less in a Westerly 
direction, and running a distance of 590 feet more or 
less along the East side of Kellam Road. Said parcel 
contains 10.247 acres. (Euclid Place- Sunnybrook Areas). 
BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

28. Petition of Tidewater Cable TV, Inc. dba Cos Cable 
of Virginia Beach, Inc., foi a Conditional Use Permit 
for a line-of-slght microwave on certain property loca- 
ted on the North side of Cleveland Street beginning at 
a point 254.63 feet East of Clearfield Avenue, running 
a distance of 250 feet more or less along the North side 
of Cleveland Street, nmning a distance of 320.09 feet 
along tte Eastern property line, ruhniog a distance of 
260 feet along the Norttern property line and ruoning 
a distance of 281.64 feet along the Western property 
Une. Said parcel cuitains 1.820 acres. BAYSIDE BOR- 
OUGH. 

STREET CLOSURE: 

1^. Aj^l^yUw of MiltMi J. WeUerfor the discooAin- 
uance, clwure and abanfonment of a portion of Gi^nS- 
boro Aveweibegipug at s petttt M feet moreorlesl 
Elst 1^ HedM^rnmeaM AvMte. Said ^rcel is bwuded 
w tte Mortta tqr Li^ i$A,i aadjlastem one-ktU ctf 
IM 8, Blo^ 19, MtteEastbyLti^ftMee, andb<Mai#' 
ed m tte^n^ by tte EastetiB ^-tell of Lot 3 tid 
Lots 4 and 5, Block li» Plat U ^aikivbwn Heigida, 
as reqprded in tte Office df tte Circuit Court of the 
Cfty (rf^^Vlr^nia B^ch, Virginia, in Map Bo(A 7, Page 
14, ^eet 1. r^wlowkirn HelgMs Area). vmonnA 
BEACH«»QUGH. . 

m. As^^sAUm (d N.A.D,^ Inc., T/A Inlet Bouse Motel, 
tat tke disctettmanee, jptMsore vid atendonment of a 
porttoi of 3nl 3^^ eidMri^il kltveen Atlantic Av«me 
uad Rodee^^Jfandenrd, rttpiag a distance of 50 feet 
aSoni tte ftasi^ift of AfiuMie A^rame, rmudi^a dls> 
ta«:e. of MM feet alo^ tte Soottera nflroperty Ute,' 
mnning a diManceof 63 ieet miore &t less along the East 
side of Rodee Bmilevai:^ and rttnniiq; a distance of 
147.49 feet al(H% tte Norttern property line; Said par- 
cel contains 8350 square feet. VIRGINIA BEACH BOR- 
OUGH. ^ 
AMENPIIElfTS: 

21. lio^ of tte Planning Commission of tte Ctty 
ot -Vlr^tia l^ck to ataoad and reordain Arti<^ 2, 
Sectkm iSOl, of tte Cogipretensive Zonii^ Ordinance 
perttitiif to feaces. If bee detailitd ii^rmation is arail- 
able in the Si^rtmatf (fit Planni|q|. 

32. Motion of tte Planning Commission of tte City 
of Virginia Beach to amaid and i«ordaio Article 10, 
Sedioii 1001, of the CcNQprebeteive Zoning Ordinate^ 
pevta^rthi[ to use regnltiioiis for refeU establishments. 
Mom deuHed inform^ofris available in tte Departmeit 
(tf Plttning. 

33. Motion, (tt tte Plateikg Commissfon of tte City itf 
l^rgiito BMdi to amete^aad nwnkiiii Article 9. wt 
D, of tte CUm^HTtiiensiVf ZiMsttg OrdinaiM:e perwnl^ 
to OM regnlatioos tar iMMs^^r tte aged, disalAed 
or i»i^qa j » l > More 
aUe'ln ^jGHnariineti <tf l_____,. 

34. Mo^^lUie fUffmi tw^l^m^^ tte City ef 
Virginia Beach to amMl slid i-eOMaiti Artidle 1, See^ 
tioo 111, (tf tte Compr^msite SMSng OrdinuKe p«r- 
taiaiag to definition ot tew sAW fard set^aek Ik^. 
Uon lietafled ttformitton Is attfUble in tte D^iart- 
meti of ntiuiing. 

35. Mottoo of tte Platelag Coa^ssion of tte City of 
Yirglitt B«ich to amend u4 reemtai Article S^^^ 
tioo 573, of tte Comin-dietejtve ZMing Ordinance per- 
taiting to tero side ytni s^tedrHne. More tetaUed 
iitformntioo Is availaane In tte JDqiartment of Planniiqi. 
M. Motion (tf tte Plai^i^ Cbnimlsslon irf tte ti^ of 
Viq^E^ BMch to am«Dd Md rcMMain Article 6, See- 
tkA M2, of tte Comio-dhMslVf Zoediig Ordinance pef* 
ttiniag to sero si^ nrd setteOk line. More detailed 
infbrmatlob is avtHatae i& tte Se$artm«rit d Plaimfaq;. 
37. Motldl of tte HaiAute Commission <a tte City oi 
Virginia Btech to ameteaui reordain Sdctton 4.4 
d tte ^djdtvition Ordtaatee nkting to lots. Morf 
detailed InformatiQo Is ivailkble in tte Department etf 
Plsiudng. 

Plats Witt moi% detailed infofmaUon on the above i#- 
pUcatloas are available in the D^^rtment of Plauflit. 
All Interested jpersons are Invited to attend. 
Rotert J. Scott, Director of Planning' 

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NQSICE OF PVBUC HEARING 
Virginia: 

Tte Milir me^^ <tf tte Council of tte Ct^ oi Vir- 
ginia l^A will te teU tt tte (Umcn CMaiiwrs,ioi 
tte AAgBWstration MDittte, City Hall, PriwsMs Ante 
Statlao, mrtitin Be^, V&iii* on Moutey, August 
15, vm, vHiita P.M.y at vrkieh time tte foUo«|gg 
MpltCTtlfflfWi will betearft 

ommmh u@ toufiT: 

PRINCES^ AMlfE BOROUGH. 
1. i^lcation of Tte Sonthland Corporation for a Cdn- 
ditloQal Use Permit tar a self>service automobile ser- 
vice station on certain propefty located at tte Sontt- 
west intersection of Holland Read and Sk^ Comer 
Road, ruoting a distance of 180 feet along tte Weti side 



(rf Holland Road, nmnlngadistaiieeof 165along tte Soiitt- 

«, runnlivf a distance of 160 feet ikm 

tte Wetiwi property lite and mnning a distanee oS 185 



en property line, 



feet along tte Norttern ptoiwrty line. Said pnreei con- 
tain 28,400 sqnarefeet. (Skipps Comer Area). PRINCESS 
AjnCE BOROUGH. 

8. Apidication of Esxea Corporation for a Condltiooal 
Une Permit for an antomeliile tervlee station on cer- 
tain property located on the East side of Rosemont 
Road (Proposed) beginning at a point 37.54 feet Soott 
of Holland Road, ranting & distance of 318 feet more 
or less along tte East side of Rosemont Rood (Pro- 
posed), running a distanee of 66.48 feet in an Easterly 
directien, runntng a distatee Of 40 ftet tt a Sovtterly. 
4tirection, mntisg a distanee of 52.02 feet in an Eastefly 
direction, mnning a distatee (tf 332.37 feet along tte 
Eastern property Une and ntoalag a distance <a 144.65 
feet along the Norttern property lite. Said parcel con- 
tains 1.107 acres. (Holland Rose Area). PROfCESSANNE 
BOROUGH. 

CHARGE OF ZONING DISTRICT CLASSIFICATION: 
LTNKHAVEN BOROUGH: 

3. Potion <^ Gordon B. Potter, Dean S. Potter, Jr., 
LneUle B. I^ter and John Ray Potter fer a Change of 
ZoMtog UMrict Classification from R-5 Residential 
DliUM to 0-1 Oflioe District on certain property loca- 
ted m.XI tmA North of Laskin Hold befinaing at a pdttt 
WaMtmoTt or less West of Winwood Drive, niiialag 
a tf^nee of 200 feet along tte Souttem property lite, 
tm^^ p flitr-jnce of 771 in f^ri .ttortf thp Western 
pp^rty inning a t aloog 
ttM^^Mteiii t,'ioperty i; .» . ».4.uikce of 
mM fM along tte Ea> %». tm parcel 
coAtfte 4M acres i .)re ui teas jjuodmid from 5.8-19 
^i^CMltop Area). LYNmumTBOliOUGH. 

4. Pi^Mn tf Gordon B. Potter, Dean S. Potter, Jr., 
L^lfe B. PMter and Jote Rny P^er for a Change of 



District to B-1 Business-Residential District on cer- 
tain property located on the North side of Laskin Road 
beginting at a point 254 feet more or less West Of Win- 
wood Drive, runnlns a distance of 210 feet mo^^or 
less along the North side of Laskin Road, nmning a 
distance of 300 feet along the Western property line, 
ninting a distance of 200 feet along tte Northern pro- 
perty line and running a distance of 358.37 feet along 
the Eastern property line. Said parcel contatns 1.54 
acres more or less. (Hilltop Area). LYNNHAVEN BOR- 
OUGH. 

CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT: 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH: 

5. Application of Tidewater Westminster Homes, Inc./ 
First Colonial Village, Inc., fbr a <;oRditional Use Per- 
mit for a 150-unit Presbyterian/Episcopal Retirement 
Facility on certain property located at the Northwest 
comer of Great Neck Road and Laurel Cove Drive, 
nmning a distance of 750.80 feet along tte West side 
of Great Neck Road, nmning a distance of 425.49 feet 
along tte Norttern property Une, running a distance of 
728.86 feet along tte Western property Une and mnning 
a distance of 450 feet along tte North side of Laurel 
Cove Drive. Said parcel contains 7.63 acres. (Laurel 
COVE-Woodhurst Areas). LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 
AMENDMENT: 

6. Motion of the Planning Commission of tte City of Vir- 
Kltia Beach to amend and reordain Article 1, Section 
111 of tte Compretensive Zoning Ordinance pertain- 
ing to defititlon of vard. More detailed information 
is available in tte Department of Planning. 

7. Motion of tte Planting Commission of tte City of 
Vitginia Beach to amend and reordatt Article 1, Sec- 
tion 106 of tte Compiretettsive Zoning Ordinance per- 
taining to appeals and variances as related to flood 
pUins. More dettiled information Is available in tte 
Department (rf Plaiudng. 

8. Metion d tte Platelng Commistion of tte City of 
Virgltia Beack to anuad md reordatt Article 1, Sec- 
tt» 111 of tte Co^^Mstve Zmtts Ordlnanee per- 
taiting to dMnittcA d si^tantial unprovemmts as 
riiatfd to f^ pUtts. M<Kre detail«l i^ormatira is 
avaiUible tt tte Dteartantet Of p]«mii«. 

9. llBtton of flw Pkndng Conmisskn of tte City of 
^^(1^ Bteiik fd amend and mbrd^ Article 2, Sec- 
tion 232 (tf tte C<m^^nsive Z(Udi« Ordinance per- 
tainiflg to mi^ile hone partes as telated to ftejod plains. 
Uc^ detailed Information is avtilable in tte Itepert- 
»eat of naming. 

10. JHoUoB of tte Planning C(»nmisston of tte City of 
Virgii^ B«ich to lumted and reordain Article 12 of tte 
CkmiH'^ieteive Zooliig (^-dinanee pertaining to flood 
Idatt rsfitiatloiis. i|(Nre detailed ttformation Is avaU- 
aUe tt ttttQi^nrtdEmd oi Plamdng. 

11. Mctloo (rf tbt planning Commissi^ of tte City of 
Virgltia Beadi to aated and reordatt Article 4, ^- 
tion 401 of the CtMDlcitensive Zoting Ordttance per- 
tali||kg to Use RefiatloayB for human care &dlitles. 
MoHi dettiled Inlormation is available in tte D<^rt- 
meti of Plateiag. 

12. Motion oi tte Panning Commissicm of tte City of 
Virginia Beack to amend and reordatt Article 5 of 
tte CMnpnlkMtive Zoting Ordinance pertattlng to Use 
Regiilstfaiks fer kuinas tere iicUities. More dtiailed 
isAsmatloo is nnttlable to tte Dq«rtment of Plan- 
nttg. ,, 

^fliiatite, Commission of tte City of 
Article 6 of tte 
ce perttfning to Use 
9e /^iman caj^ jldlitles. Mive detaUed 
infiauatfoi; to nvafltidf tt ttet>Qiarbn(ndtf Plating.: 
14. Motlte ^i^^Pla^ng Ccwunlssim <tf tte Ctty of 
Virgltia Bm<A* to aiiieod and rhtttlatt ArticlS 9, Part 
D, (tf tke ComprrtMudve Ztettg OMltence perttiniiif 
to m» regufa^ois for koqsiag for tte aged,-disabled 
OF Mftdic^pped. More detail^ inforpati<m is nvail-' 
aUe tt tte D^ai^ett of PUum%. 
Ricterd J. W^ibon. City.Clerk 

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NOn^ OF PUBUC HKARiNG 

Tirpfi:' '^ 

Tte r^iiOar meet^ of tte Council at ti» Ciw of 

Villltttt MuA will te beM tttte CwncU Chamters of 

tte Aitaitistration Buflding, Ctty Hall, Princess Aime 

fttibm, ^rginia Beach, Virginia w Mutiny, August 

I, 11^7, at 1.00 P.M., at which time tte following ap- 

PUoAmb wtU te teU^: 

CHANGE OF ZONIMG DISTRICT CLASSIFICATION: 

KEMPSVILLE BOSOUGH: 

1. Pattern oi Sun Str«im Park for a C^|e oi Zoning 
msWet Clateiftctilon from R-8 Residtttttl District to 
B-2 C^MDmwd^-Bwim»ss District on certain property 
tocated on tte Wtet sbte ot Princess Anne Bmi begtt- 
tii^ at a pottt 3740 fei^ ^tt of Lynnteven Parkway, 
mimttg.a distance at 777.81 te^tloog tte West side 
(tf Pt^ess Ante Road, runnk^ a dlstawie tf 780 feet 
akmg tte Niatteni prwerty Itte, nm4^ a dlstan<%^ id 
IW feet tt a Soutteiriy dlre<^i(m, nmtiof artNittl a curve 
ta a SoiAweMaiy (ttrectfon a distance of 670 fe^, 
roniing a ditiasM (tf "185 feet tt a Smtterly dlrectim, 
•rmuiinra distante d 310 fe^ ttan^w^lydlmetion, 
nBOttg a (ttsttBM of 303.21 feet tt a Nortterly dlrec- 
tlMi and rating a distatee of 1360.64 feet aloi^tte 
SoMero ^uperqr line. Said parcel C(»ttins 16.9 acr^s. 
KEMPSVn.LE BOROUGH. 

2. Pittite <tf Lyle T. and Mai7 E. Smlttfor a Ctaa^e 
of a^ti^IXstriei Oasi^eatfen ftmn R-t BssMmMI 
IXsirif^ to B-41^sMtiiia Dlittrict m tectadniMi^rty 
to^ed te tte irtet side (rf Salem RiwI begioni^ at a 
ptist 26M feet Mortt oi Elbow Road, ranting a (ttstauKe 
of iffM fe^ al^ tte Wtet site oi &aem Rmd, nm- 
1^ m ^itatee (d 1W ieoi more or less ahNte tte 
Itorttem prt^erly Une, r^tii^ a distance oi wt.yt 
f^ tioag tte Wtetem iHt^erty Une and rauung a dis- 
ta^^ W ^.83 fMt mitng tte S^tem prqpe^ line. 
Si^ piKel omtatts l.i766 acrei mw or Ites. KEMPS- 
VILLf«»(X^. 

LYNNBAVEN B^KMIGH: 

3. P^ttlM tf~ttiddle*Xoell Etiei^risM, Inc., for a 
Chatee tf 1!teug IXittriet Classifltet^ trom R-6 
R^MMal IXtiriet to B-J flesMMfe^M Bwtineti DIs- 
tri^ (Mi certatt jngm^ toe^ « ttai Eart s^ef 
Mtt Groit Ifeek ^ul b^^l^ at a polti SM feet 
more or Ihs North of Vir^k Beach Boulenrd, mu- 
ting a distance of 390 feet more or 1ms tiong tte East 
side of North Great Neek Rosd, ranadag a distance 
of 72.31 ftet atong tte. Norttern property Itte, muting 
a dtstance of 434.31 feet aieng tte Eutom pr(q>erty 
line and mnning a distanee of 91.71 feet along tte Soutt- 
em property line. Said parcel contains .77 acre more 
or less. (Pottt n UVwvK Ar*.:-,': I.YNNHAVEN BOROUGH 

4. Petition of ann^Mi .n n jHijj mr a Change of Zonii^ 
District Classificatioa from R.4 Residential District to 
0-1 Office District on certain property located 15 
feet West of First C olqnisl ftoa d begintiiv at a point 
15 feet m IHHHdUatere Bted, ranting 
a distate' W^HLIMi Easttrs Dronertv 
Une, running 

em piriT.i>r*.y ,_^ 
tte» 

feet a<vu|h mc iww wi p i w jn y nyi^w a.". iuuiuu( « u»3 

Unee of 38.74 ftet tt a NortbMsterly direction. Stid 
pSfcti ctetatts .27 acre r— "NKHAVEN 




r H.U11..IC.1SIJ .1 



5. Petition t. oniflg 
District Classua-au'.ni nui<i '" '^ 
to M Light Industrial Distr^ 

located on the North side of Holland Koad beginning at 
a point 1220 feet more or less East of RteeindRt Road, 
nmning a distance of 70 feet along the North side ol Hol- 
land Road, mnning a distance of 394.41 feet alon^ tke 
Eastern property line, running a distance of 70 feet 
aloi% the Northern property line and nmning a distance 
of 394 feet along the Western property Itte. Said parcel 
contains 0.6 acre. PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 

6. Petition of Grier Johnson for a Change of Zonttg 
District Classification from A-1 Apartment District to 
0-1 Office District on certain property located on the 
North side of HolUnd Road, beginning at a pottt 950 
feet more or less East of Rosemont Road, ranting a 
distance of 282 feet along tte North side of Holland Road, 
mnning a distance of 245 feet along tte Eastern property 
line, mnning a distance of 275 feet along the Norttehi 
property line and running a distance of 190 feet along 
the Western property line. Said parcel contains 1.6 
acres. PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 

7. Petition of Grier Johnson for a Change of Zoning 
District Classification from A-1 Apartment District to 
A- 2 Apartment District on certain property located m 
tte North side of Holland Road beginting at a pottt 
920 ftet more or less East of Rosemont Road, running 
a distance of 672.88 feet along the Southern prcmerty 
Une of which 60 feet is the North side of Holland Road, 
mnning a distance of 596.76 feet along tte Eastern pro- 
perty line, nmning a distance of 787.74 feet along tte 
Norttern pn^rty Une ate muting a distaue (d 879.22 
feet afaN^ tte Westora pnqierty lii». &id parcel «km- 
tatts la.2 acres. PRINCESS AJfNE BOROUGH. 

8. PeUtton of Rutt R. Cohen, Bernard KroU ate Altert 
A. KroU for a Ctenge of Zoting District CUk^lftCaUoii 
&>om A-1 Apartment District to B-2 Commutity- Busi- 
ness District on certain property located on the East 
side of Lynnbaven Parkway beginning at a point 560.92 
feet North of Holland Road, mnning a distance of 811 .SO 
feet ti(^ tte East side of Lynnteven Parkway, mnning 
a distance oi 405.50 feet along tte Norttern pni^rty 
Une, rteting ,a distance of 787.89 feet along tk^ Eastern 
prcfwrty Ita^ and rum^ a distance of S22.SJ f^idong 
tte Smttem int^r^ itte. Said parcel contains 6.9 
acres mom or lesl. (Scartorough Squam Area). PRIN- 
CESS ANNE BOROUGH. 

9. Petttton oi Rutt H. Cohu, Bernard KroU and Albert 
A. KroU for a Gtei«e of Zdiing District Classifii^ttioB 
from A-1 Apartment District to B-2 Communt^'-Bufllintes 
District on parcels located on tte East side of Htttlakd 
Road, Soutt of Lynnteven Parkwi^. 

Parcel 1: B^^ttnttg at a poiti 435 feet tibr# or lesi 
Soott d Lstetevte Parkway, rttnnttg it distante of 
80.91 feM mag tte East side of Holland Rowl^ rtuuttg 
a distance ot 249.42 feet along tte Souttern pnitert? 
Une and ruteing a distance of 199 feet alo^ tte N(h^- 
em pifierty Ute. Said parcel is lrrq:uttr tt steps 
and ctettins 0.3 aem. 

Ptecel 2: Beglmlog at tte NorttMst con^ 6f RcAtaad 
Rote ate Warwick J}rive, ranting a distance of 191.70 
feet tiong tte East tide ot Hulate Road, nmniiva 
dttttnte of 533.63 feet tt a Nortiv^rly ittrtetitei rte- 
nttg a ttstam^ of ¥» ftet tt a Stethtesteily dtrietion, 
mnnii« a dtsta^e of 260 fe«t al(»g tte Ewrttri pro- 
perty Une ate rtedl!« a disttete of 545 f^ tiong Ite 
Nortt side (d Warwick Drive. Said pamel cootatts 
.6 acrM. 

I^rcel 8: Beginning at tte Sootteast corner of HoUate 
Road ate Warwick Drive, rumlag a (Usttate Ot 270 
feet tiong tte East side of HoUate Itoaji, ruteliir a 
dtttance of 510 feet almg tte Sonttjn^prqperty Sne, 
nmti^ a dlstMce <tf 2^ feet atong tteEastiafii property 
Une ate running a ittstmite of 510 feet ti^ tte Soott 
side of Warwick Drive. Said parcti contains 2.9 acrte- 



Plata Witt more detaUed informaUon am avalltide tt 
tte Dqwrtmeti of Pla^&%, (Sclrteroi^ Sqtere ArM). 
PRINCESS ANKE BOROUGH. 
BAY^DE BOROUGH: 

to. Petttton ot Antie Lee Lewis for a Chtega dl Zonl^( 
District CltesificaUon from R-6Resid«tfWiI»strictto 
B-2 Commutity-Busttess District ra certatt frtoperty 
toctied at tte NorD^t comer of NewtcMn ^lad and 
Comaie Lane, mnning a disttece of 311.83 feet atoig 
tte Nortt site of Connie Lane, nmnite a dls^ne ctf 
76.3 feet tii»« tte Eastem property Ute, nonttg a 
dtttance ot 298.8 fMt ti(»« ^e Northern prcs>erty 
liw ate ratidnt a distance of 77 feet tiong tte East 
tide oi Newtom Rted. SiiA parcel c(^ai t).S32 
aem. (Nwteme Farm Arte). BAYSDE tiOJ^cm. 

11. Potion of Casstus M. Kii«, AUeM Kttg. Im Brace 
Buckner for a Ctei^e d ZmI^s District Cuteifitettte 
trom B-3 Cetiral-Bteltess District to B-2 Ccknmtttity- 
Bttsttess District on tertatt pn^rty loctied on tte 
Nortt side of Virgltia BMch Botientrd begiteiii; at a 
poW 4^.70 feet East of ContiitUticm Drive, rpiite a 
tistance at 75 feet along tte North side of Virgnia 
Beack Botievard, runnttg a distance ttf 21tJ4 feet tid^ 
tte Eatiera pro^rty Une, mnting a dlittnte'(tf^75 
fe^ atong tte Mwrttera ^perty Itte aid mndii^ a 
distanee ot 211.74 feet akmg tte WMtem property 
Um. Stid pamel ccwtains 0.264 acre. BAYfflDB TR- 
OUGH. 

12. Petition of Pembroke Meadows Assoctatlon for a 
Change of Zotiif District Classification from A-1 
Apermeti Ditirict to B-2 Commutity-Basiness Dis- 
trict en certatt pnvuly toeaM at tte Northwest cor- 
mr ot Itete^titece Bwlenrd ate Nortt Wttckduck 
Rote, rwittig a distante of 319.M feet atong tte WMt 
tide oi Ind^tetenee BotievaM, runnttg a distance 
<d 227.68 f^ alcMg tte Nor^rn property Ute, mnting 
a distaw» of 28 feet tt a Sotiteriy direction, mnning 
a distanee of 71.02 feet tt a Westerly directton, nm- 
n^ a distance of 250 feet al(x« tte Western property 
Une. rateng a dlsta«:e of 234.50 feet along the North 
side (d North Witcbteek Road ate mnning arwite a curve 
a distanee of 44.68 fe«^. &M tercel ctettins 2.022 
SCTM. BAYSmE M^WGH. 

^MDrrMNAL USEPERMIT: 
BAYSn>£ B(A(WGH: 

13. .M^Qatin of C^Mn I^rk Baptlti Ctereh ft^ A 
C on d ltlte ti Use Permtt for a ^mtt m eei^On jm^ptety 
tocattd at m NorthwMt itia^eetton of DttwMdfe ^od 
ate XNpoiti Clrdef r^tite a ttstai^ tf 1M.M feet 
alteg tte WeM site tf Dttwitele Road. ruiMfe k ii- 
tanee <rf 118 t^ aloic tte NorttMv ifO^Mjf ib^ 
im^m a distance (tf 127.49 fMt ato^ tte WestUti 
^'qperty Uw, rate^ a di^itee of Ml.t? ^ il^ 
tte Nortt sMe ot ^|mt Circle atem^g atimfa 
curve a dUb^ of 19,78 to^. Mi t^m coBttlu 
.S9acm. BAYmiE BCHK)UGH. 

PUIKX) BCmOVGH: 

14. Af^lieation of Mtedy Creek Hunt Club for a Con- 
ditional Use PermU to erect a boat teuse on certatt 
property locatte on tte East side of Muddy Creek Rted 
beginting at a pottt 250 feet more or less Soutt of Pln- 
sant Ridge Rted, mating a distance of 167 feet tiong 
tte East side of Muddy Creek Road, running a distawe 
of 46 fMt more or less tiong tte Souttem properly 
Itte, mating a distance of 167 feet more or 1ms tiong 
tte Eastern property Une ate running a disttece of 82 
feet more or less along the Northern proterty line. 

Stid parcel MBtefea 901^ ^fflisT-o tonf ir.nro Af 1ms, 

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CI Of tills suit 
jbUla a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
th« said defendant, upon 
tbc grounds of one year's 
separatl6n. 

And an affidavit havir^ 
been nud« and filed that 
tt» . drtWKl»nt is a ooo-re- 
cidMt o( the State of Vir- 
flntA'the last kiMrtm prat 
efhoft tddress being: 3016 
George Mason Avenue, Or- 
lando, Florida 32S07 it is 
ordered that she do appear 
here within ten (10) days 
^fter (kie publication here- 
of, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
Interest in this suit. 
A copy-Teate: John V. 
FMtrtis 

Ay: Pstti A. Keenehan, De- 
puty, Clerk 
Josiqph A. Pennington 
Stttt* 704, Board of Trade 
Bldg. 

304 East Plume Street 
Norfolk, Va. 23510 

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1« CHANCERY 



earttyJean 
Adkins and Johnny L. Ad- 
kins P^ittoners, ami re- 
^'i^iAAd that tt«< object 
et tUs iniKeMtl^; is to 
^fwt tM attplw of the 
above ittmedin(aat(s), Lisa 
Maris AnalviiK) and Mich- 
ael Anthony ARzivino, by 
Betty Jean Acftios and 
Johnny L. Adkins, husband 
and wife, and affitevithav- 
in« twrnnuM Mri filed 
tiiat Athmy Anei^MD, au< 
tural parent of i9Hd ^Id- 
(ren), is a noa-resldent 
of tte State of Vi^inU, the 
last known post offlee add- 
ress being: 1036 Woodruff 
Street, Tselin, New Jer- 
sey 

It is therefore Oitiered 
tha^ the said Arth6hy An- 
ilvino an^ar before this 
Cntrt wlttM ten (10) days 
after putoUeaticm of this 
ORter and iadicate his at- 
tltMe toward the proposed 
i^k^tlM, or otherwise do 
whn is n«%ssary to pro- 
tect his li^erest in this 
ttttiiK. 

k cq?y-Teste: John V. 
Feaitresa, Clerk 
By:P^UA.KeeadianD.C. 
Janes R. McKMry^ Esq. 
Post Ctffiee Box 1044 
Virginia B^cb, Virginia 
2S4S1 

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Plaintiff, 
against 

Baitara Whitman, 
M^dant. 

the cfeject of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
mensa et thoro from the 
said defendaM, <9oa the 
f rounds^ d^aillon. 

And an affidavit having 
been eoade an) Hied that 
the defendant is a non-re- 
si(Mrt tit the State of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
office ackiress being: P.O, 
Box 6, StumiNrield mMt 
East Kingston, New Hamp- 
shire, 03827 it is ordered 
that she ck) api)ear here 
within ten (10) days after 
due publication hereoi, and 
do wbat may be necessary 
to protect her interest In 
this suit. 

A ct^-Teste: John V. 
Fortress 

By: Patti A. Keenehen, De- 
puty, Clerk 
Donald E. Lee, Jr. 
2825 Princess Anne R(»d 
Virginia Beach, VA 23456 

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Sam L. Lucas, 

PUimiff, 

against 

Itattie Youi^ Lucas, 

DefMdairt. 

TN cA)J^t of this suit 
is Ui ot^Un a divorce a 
viocttlo matrimt^iii from 
the said dtefmdant, upon 
the grounds of separation 
for more than one year. 

And an affi(bvit having 
been made a«i filed that 
tte d<fen(bwt is a mn-re- 
slttent of the State of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 

office addrras being: 
Greaiw^tt<del, Inc., 1-95 
and Highway 211, P.O. Box 
528, Ltimbertbn, North 
CartOiu, 28358 it is or- 
dered tluit she do appear 
here within ten f 10) days 
after due publication here- 
of, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in Ms suit. 



ORDER 
VIRGINIA: I& theCl«rk's 
(^ce (rf tte Circuit Court 
M the Clhr of VlrginU 
B^<A, OH m W^ day of 
My, 1977, 

IS re: Adt^itbn of Lisa 
MtHe Attzi^dao and 
Michael. Aothony Anzivino 
hj^im^ Jean AiOtlns 
aiM i^amy L. A4klns 



A copy-Teste: John V. 

Feotrete 

B3c: Patti A. Keenehan.De- 

Py,Cl1rk 

J. Cameron Mann 

4405 Ben Franklin Lane 

Virginia Beach, VA 23462 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
b the Clerk's Office of the 
Clreuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, VA. on 
the 19tti day of July, 1977 
William Morgan Stith, 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
In the Cl«t's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City ot Virginia Beach,Va. 
on the 20th day of July, 
1977. 



AN (HtDlNANCE TO AMEND CHAPTER 13, SECTIONS 13-1 
AND 13-2 OF THE C(»)E OF THE CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH, 
VIRGIMU, AND to PRESCRIBE ELECTION DISTMCTS AND 
VOTHIO PLACES WITHIN THE CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH. 

BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF VIR- 

GINU BiACH, VIRGINU: 

That Seiettons 13-1 and 13-2 ot the Code of the City of Virginia 

Beaeh, Virginia are her^Dy am^ed and reordained to read 

Ufidknrs: 

^etibtt 13-1: There are hereby established in the City of Vir- 

giiya Beacb the following electiM districts and their respective 

fotbv places, as set fortt belov: 



BOttOtJGH 
Virginia Beach 



Lynohaven 



B&yslde 



KempsvUl^ 



Princess Anne 



Pungo 



Blackwater 



ELECTION DISTRICT 

Virginia Beach - A 
Vii^lnia Beach - B 

Virginia Beach - C 

Linkhoni 

Seataek 

Oceana 

LitUe Neck 
London ^idge 

Trantwood 

Great Neck 

Cape Henry 

Plasa 

inmawWoods 

Malibu 
Arar)i>s- A 

Aragraa- B 
Chesapeake Beach 

Thonwi^geod 
Shelton Paiic 

BaysMe 
Oavte Comer 

KempsviUe 

Arrowhttd 

Larkspur 

Woodstock 

Kenps Landing 
KMaipsville High 
Thalia 
MotmtTrasbmore 

Courthouse - A 
Courthouse - B 

Brocks Brii^e 

Creeds 

CaRHiShop 

Blackwater 

CMtral Absentee Vcrter 

ElecUon District 



VOTING PLACES 



lii'isifc.t" 



03I (15 



40th Street and Pacific Ave. 
Virginia. Beach Junior High 
School 

CookB Elemeotary School 
Linkhoni Eldmratery School 
Seatadc Volunteer Fire De- 
partm^t 

Kidghts of Columbus Hall 
235 First Colonial Road 
Kingston Elementary School 
London Bridge Bapnst 
Church 

traotwood Elehientary 
Sdiool 

John B. Dey Elementary 
School 

RMearch andEnllghtomient 
Building 

Lynohaven Elementary 
Sdiool 

Windsor Woods Elementary 
School 

Malibu Elemeidary School 
OU Dooaticm Elemoitary 
Scbocd 

Aragona Elementary School 
Cbesi^ieake Beach Vol- 
unteer Fire D^rtment 
Tborougligood Elementary 
School 

SbelUxi Park Elementary 
School 

Bayside Elementary Sctool 
Bettte F. WUUams 
Elemeitoi7 Jidieol 
PoW (rf Vi^r Elementary 
School 

Arrowhead Elementary 
School 

KemptvUle If ea^s 
Elemo^ry Sdiool 
Woodstock Elementary 
School 

Kemps Landl^E %hool 
KempsviUe HHrb ^hool 
ThaUa El«n«itary School 
Mount Trastunore Visitors 
Center 

Holland Elementary Sctool 
Courthouse Volunteer Fire 
Station 
Banes Store 

BlantiMi'S Grocery Store " 
Creeds Voluirteer Fire De- 
partment 
PlMsant Ri(^e Barber 



naclnnter Fire Station 
City ftUl, Circuit Court, 
Room 6 



SecUca 13-2: The geographiod boundaries of tte electiai dis- 
tricta as ^ forth in Section 13-1 are hereby established as 
^UbMtad M a certain map prepared by tte plamil^; staff (tf 
m City <rf VirfliMa Beach and eaptte^d "Election Distrtcta," 
which «v *« taJ'eJ^ «PI>w*ed. 

Tte Clerk (^ the Council shall ewlorse m t^ aforesaid map 
m date (rf Crancil's approval ttere(tf anl file the original map 
vtth tte m^es of this dfty's meetb« wd stell cauH «tact 
c(s|M ^rMT to be filed with the O^raLItatlstrar (rf the City 
of Viighita BMch, the Clerk irf the Cireait CScwrt and the Planai^ 
Diriment. 

TUs evdtaaace sMIl be effective from tls <tate erf ita ai^Micw. 

Mt^t tqr ^ CnneU (rf the City of ytipi^ Beach 
mm &vof .1977. 



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ORDER OF PWSLICATION 
In the Cleric's (mice of the 
Circuit Court of the City 

of Virginta Beach, Va., on 

the 20th diy d July, 1977. 

Eddie J. Isberto, 

Plaintiff, 

agalittt "' ' 

Hedy Z. liberto. 

Defendant. 



The object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vin^o nmtrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of one year 
separation. 



And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non-re- 
^aldettt «|fth|l Stittt^of Vb^ 

office adidress beii^: 2400 
Queens Chapel Road, Apt. 
613, Hyattaville, Mary - 
land, 20782 it is ordered 
that she do appear here 
within ten (10) days 
after due publication here- 
of, and do irtiat may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in ttdsskt. 



A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, De- 
puty, Cleric 
A. J. Canada, Jr. 
2420 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
P.O. Box 4177 
Virginta Beach, VA 23454 



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C«DER OB PUBLICATION 

la the Clerk's Office of 

the Circuit Court of the 

City (rf Virginia Beach, VA 

OB the 19th day of July, 

1977. 

Cheryl Ann Price, 

PlainUfl, 

ifainst 

Gierald Donald Price, 

Defendant. 



The (Ajeet of this suit 
is to, oUain a divorce a 
mensa et ^ro to be tater 
merged into a divorce a 
viMulo natrimiMiii from 
tte nU d^Mdant, upon the 
groumls of cruelty awl (in- 
structive deserticm. 



And an affidavit bivlng 
been, nwto and filed that 
tlM defenitaat is a non-re- 
sident of the State of Vir- 
ginta, the tast known post 
office Mklress being; 3421 
Minr3 Avenue, Erie, Penn- 
sylvania, 06510 it is order- 
ed that he (to tppHr here 
wltUa tm (10) days after 
(tee pidili(»t^ hereof, and 
do what may be a^^nry 
to ^irfect his intend ta 
this suit 



A eofqp-Tet^ Jota V. 
FaM^ss 

By: MM A. Kaentiian, De- 
puty. Clert( 
smemA A. Bernini 
214 MMtowB Mdg. 
NorfMk. VA ^505 

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ORDER OF nJBUCATK}N 

taOeF Clerk's CMtica ot the 

Clwult C(wrt td tte City 

of VUfinia Beach, VA. on 

the 2Znd day of July, 1977. 

JessM Edintfti IMniels, 

Ptaintiff, 

^ainal 

Juailta Low Daniels, 

Defendant, 



The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a men- 
sa et dnro to be later mer- 
ged mmprtiper application 
tbere<rf into a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defentant , upon the 
grouBds of desertion (m 
Somber 13, 1976. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the d^todant is a non-re- 
sident of the State of Vir- 
ginta, the last known post 
office address being: Lot 
3, Block 27, Crystal Lake 
Mobfle Home Park, Myrtle 
BMCh, South Carolina 
29577 it ta ordered that 
she do ajupeAT here within 
t«i (10) teys after due 
publication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in Uiis 
suit. 



A ccqiy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By: Patti A- Keenehan, De- 
puty, Cleric 
Robert L. Gutterman 
245 First Colonial Road 
Virginta Beach, VA 23454 

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that she do appear tere 

witliin ten (10) days after 

due pi^MaM4mwrfv<Md 

do what may be Mces^ry 

to protect her interest In 

ttissuft. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

F^ress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, De- 

iwty, Clerk 

Bea^min P. Lynch, Jr. 

5735 P(q>tar Hall Drive 

P.O. B(n 12756 

Norfolk, VA 23502 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginta Beach, VA on 
the 22nd day of July, 1977. 
Wllltam Ashby Ruffin IV, 
Plaintiff, 
-against 

Janet Marie Richardson 
Ruffin, 
Defendant. 

The object of tUS suit 
ta to oiviidn a diV«n-ce I, 
mensa ^ thciro tat^r to b^ 
merged into a decree of di- 
vorce a vinculo matrimonii 
from the said defendant, 
vpoa tte grounds of de- 
sertion. 

And an affidavit having 
be«> made and filed ttat 
the defendant is a non-re- 
sident of the State of Vir- 
ginta, the tast known post 
office address being: Box 
213 C Route 3, Gainesville 
Texas. 76240 it is ordered 



ORDER 
VIRGINIA: 1ft the Clerk's 
Office of tte Circuit Court 
of tte City of Virginta 
Beach, on the 22nd day of 
July, 1977. 

In re: Adoption of Johnnie 
C. ElUs, m (adult) and 
Mary Frances Ellis 
By: Anthony Yannotti and 
Mary E. Yannotti, 
Petitioners, 

To: Johnnie C. Ellis, Jr., 
Route #1 
Stem, North Carolina 

IN CHANCERY 
#C-77-1062 
This day came Ahth(wy 
Yapnotti and Mary E. Yan- 
notti, Petitioners, and re- 
presented that tte object of 
this proceeding is to ef- 
fect the adoption of tte 
above named iitfaat (s), 
Johnnie C. EUta, m (adult) 
and Mary Frances Ellis, 
by A&thony Yannotti and 
Mary E. Yamiotti, husband 
and wUe, and affidavit 
having been made and filed 
that Johnnie C. EUis, Jr., 
a natural parent (rf said 
child (ren), is a non-re- 
sident of tte State of Vir- 
ginta, tte tast known post 
office address being: Route 
#1, Stem, North Carolina 
It U therefore Ordered that 
the safal J(dumie C. Ellis, 
Jr., aivear before this 
Court within ten (10) days 
after piAlication of tms 
Order and indicate his at- 
titude toward the proposed 
a(k>ption, or otterwise do 
what ta necesaary toprp-- 
tect Us iirtCrtit"^ 'Ms ' 
matter. 
A c(q)y teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 
By: Patti A. Keenehan, D. 



Vincmt A. Bertolini 
214 Mi(ltown Building 
Nortolk, Va. 23505 

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NOTICE OF PUBUC HEARING 

The Virginia Beach Planning Commtasion will hold a 
Public Hearing on Tuesday, August 9, 1977, at 12:00 
Noon in the Council Chambers of the Admintatration 
Building, Princess Anne Courthouse, Virginta Beach, 
Virginta. The following ai^lications will aH)ear on tte 
agmda: 

REFERRED BACK TO PLANNING COMMISSION BY 
CITY COUNCIL ON JULY 5, 1977: 
1. Petition of Gordon B. Potter, Dean S. Potter, Jr., 
Lucille B. Potter and John Ray Potter for a Change 
of Zoning District Ctassification from R-S Residential 
District to 0-1 CMfice District on certain pnqperty loca- 
ted 358.37 feet North of Laskin Road beginning at a 
point 250 feet more or less West of Winwood Drive, 
running a distance of 200 feet along tte Souttem pro- 
perty line, running a distance of 771.70 feet along tte 
Western property line, running a distance of 200.24 
feet along the Northern pn^erty line and running a dis- 
tance (rf 760.92 feet uong tte Eastern property line. 
Said parcel contains 4.29 acres more or less (modified 
fiiom 5.839 acres). (HlUtop Area). LYNNHAVEN BOR- 
OUGH. 



DEFERRED 30 DAYS BY PLANNING COMMISSION ON 
JULY 12, 1977: 

2. Petition of E. A. Smitt ibr a Change of Zoning Dis- 
trict Classification from H-1 Hotel mstrict to R-8 
Residential District on certata pn^rty located at 58tt 
^reet and Oceanfront, running a distance of 151.16 
feet along the South ^de of 58tt %-eet, running a dis- 
tant of 94.79 feet along tte Eastern pn^rty line, 
raming a distance of 150 feet along tte Souttem pro- 
ftittf line and miming a distance (rf 70 feet aloi« tte 
Western pn^erty line. Said parcel is known as Lota 1 
and 2, Block 7, Ptat of Ubermeer, ami c(Hrfains 12,866 



84mre feet. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 
R£OULAR AGENDA: 

msDvimm vauance: 

3. SiMlvldon Variance: kpp^ flrom Decisions of Ad- 
n^tfsb^ln CWicers in regard to certain elemeirts (rf 
the SMbdivi^on Ordinance, Subdivision for E. A, Smtth. 
Prcqwrty located at 58th %-eet and OcMUfront. Ptats 
Witt more detailed informati^ are available in tte De- 
aartuM of Planning. 



4. &bdlvistoB Variance: Ai^eal fttm Dectai(ms (rf Ad- 
mirirtrafils Officn^ ta n^si to cerbf^ elem^^s of 
tte Uhdlvltion CMiXaance, MsOvistoi fbr l^ul L. 
arassbwg. Pnqwrty hicated at tte ftorttwe^ conwr 
(rf U^ia Road and Winwood Drive. Ptata witt more de- 
tailed information are anitable in the D^Nirtmwt of 



Plaming. 

5. fiibdlTisioo Variance: Appeal fnwa Dectaioii «l Ad- 
rtitfitertiiHa Officers in r^Ri to certain MMWrta flf 
tte &bdiiisifln OnUniMce, SHb(ttytaion for GeiHVi Kite. 
Property located on the West side of College Hit loole- 
wrd, North crfDu^rton Way. Ptata witt more iMtafled 
inform^ion are avaitable in the Dqiartnarf of Plauiag. 

6. Sididlvision Variuice: Ai^al from Dectakws (rf Ad- 
ministrative Officers in regard to certain elements (rf 
the Subdivisloe Onttaaace, Stf^divtaion for Envtroome- 
trics Corporatioa. Pr«q)erty located at the Eastern ex- 
tremity (rf Linkhora Circle. Ptats witt more detailed 



information are available in the Department of Planning. 
CHANGE OF ZONING DISTRICT CLASSIFICATKW: 

7. Petition of Sun Stream Park for a Cttti^e (rf Zoning 
District Ctassification from R-8 Residorfial District to 
B-2 Community-Business District on certata jntiperty 
located on the East side of Salem Road begfuing at a 
point 3000 feet more or less North of Elbow Road, ran- 
ning a distance of 330 feet al(mg tte East side of Salem 
Road, running a distance of 625 feet al(»g tte NortiMni 
pnqwrty line, running a distance of 320 feet aloa| tte 
Eastern property line and running a distance m9K 
tHA along the Southem pn^rty line. Said parcel coo- 
tains 4.6 acres. KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

8. Petition of Martta V. Cometta for a Chaise of Zob- 

a[ District Classification from R-5 Residential Dta- 
ct to 0-1 Office Dtatrict on certain pnqterty located 
at the Souttwest comer of North Lynnhaven Road and 
Pinewood Drive, running a dtatance of 110 feet aloi« 
the West side of North Lynnhaven Road, running a dta- 



tance of 91 feet along the Souttem property line, run- 
ning a distance of 140 feet along tte Westem pn^rty 
line and running a distance of 85 feet along tte Soutt 
side of Pinewood Drive. Said parcel contains 11,000 
square feet. (Pinewood Gardens Area). LYNNHAVEN 
BOROUGH. 

9. Petition of R & J Assoctates for a Change of Stoning 
District Ctassification from AG-1 Agricultural DtaMct 
to R-6 Residential District on certata property located 
on the West side of Oceana Boulevard beginning at a 
point 934 feet South of Dam Neck Road, rum^ a dta- 
tance of 1810 feet aloag the West side of Oceana Boule- 
vard, running a distance (rf 2289.78 feet al(Hig the Soutt- 



em property line, running a distance of 1347.89 feet 
along the Westem pn^erty fine, running a dtatance of 
120.50 feet in a Northwesterly direction, running a dta- 
tance of 212.69 feet in a Northerly directi(m, runnii« 
a distance of 470 feet more or less ta a Soutteasterly 
direction, running a distance of 100 feet to a Sostt- 



westerly direction, running a distance of 200 feet more 
or less in a Souttearterly direction, running a distance 
of 100 feet more or less to a Northerly direction, run- 
ning a distance of 468 feet ta an Easterly directton, 
running a distance of 483 feet ta a Northerly directioi 
and ruimiaf I a distance of 685 feet teavSasterly dftrae* > 
tion."Said''pM«d «Milaifls ^gs.'S ierei^' AOre or leai? ^ 
(Dam Necl Area). PRINCESS ANNE BfmOUGB. 

10. Petition of R & J Assoctates for a Change of Z(»- 
ing District Classification from AG-1 Agricultural Dta- 
trict to B-2 Community-Bustaess District on certata 
property located 50 feet East of Oceana Boulevard be- 
ginning at a point 1070 feet more or less Soutt of Old 
Dam Neck Road, running a dtatance of 1519 feet akmg 
the Westem property Itae, running a dtatance of 233.2 
feet along thie Southem property line, running a dta- 
tance of 585.34 feet in a Northeasterly directton, run- 
ning a distance of 977.17 feet ta a Northerly direction 
and running a distance of 21.36 feet along tte Northern 

property line. Said parcel contains 6.8 acres more 

or less. (Dam Neck Area). PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 

11. Petition of R & J Assoctates for a Change of Zon- 
ing District Ctassification from AG-1 Agricultural Dta- 
trict to R-9 Residenttal Townhouse Dtatrict on certata 
property located m the Soutt side of Pnqxtsed Dam 
Neck Road beginning at a potat 740 feet West of Oceana 
Boulevard, running a distance of 515 feet along tte Soutt 

side of Proposed Dam Neck Road, running a distance of 
975 feet along the Westem property fine, running a dta- 
tance of 468 feet aloi« tte Souttem pn^erty Itae and 
running a distance of 1188 feet along tte Eastern pro- 
perty line. Said parcel c(mtatas 11.3 acres more or less. 
(Dam Neck Area). PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 
12 Petition (rf R A J Assoctates for a Change of Zoo- 
ii« District Classification from AG-1 Agricultural 
District to A-1 Apartmnit Dtatrict on certata im|>erty 



located on the North side of froposeo uam Neck Road 
begimii« at a point 741 f6et West of Ocuina Boulevard, 
running a dtatance of 875 feet along tte Nortt side of 
PnqxMed Itam Neck Road, running a distance of 620.3 
feet ta a Northeasterly direction, running a dtatance (rf 
109.72 feet ta a Northwesterly directi(Hi, numing a 
distance (rf 315.62 feet ta a Nortteasterly direction, 
nmniiv a distance of 556.5 feet al(Hig tte Norttem 
property line and running a distance of 640 feet along 
the Eastem pnqwrty Itae. Said paroel contains 11.9 
acres more or less. (Dam Neck Area). PRINCESS 
ANNE BOROUGH. 

13. Petition of R & J Assoctates for a Change of Zon- 
iqg District Ctassification from AG-1 Agricultural Ms- 
trict to B-2 Community-Business District on certata 
parcels located (» the West sMe of OcMna Boulevard. 
I^cel 1: Beginning at tte Norttwest intersectton (rf 
Pnqwsed I^m Neck Road and Oceaaa B(wlevard, nn- 
nii« a distance of 741 feet along Uw Nortt side ol 
Pressed Dam neck Road, nmnii« a distance (rf MO 
feet along the Westem prt^rty Itae, runnii« a dtatattee 
of 720.25 feet along tiie Northem pn^erty line and nn- 
nii« a distance of 458.57 feet along tte Eastov {n-uptfty 
line (rf which 350 f eet ta Uie West side (rf Oceana Bovle- , 
«rd. 

Parcel 2: Begimiing at tte Souttwest tatersecUon of 
Proposed Dam Neck Road and Oceana Boulevard, rui- 
ning a distance (rf 740 feet al(»g tte Soutt side ef 
Proposed Ikm Neck Road, running a distant of 708 
feet aloi« the W^em property Itae, runntag a distann 
of 685 feet along the Souttem pn^rty Une, and nm- 
irfi« a distance of 934 feet along tte West side (rf 
Ooeua Boulevard. 

SM parcels contain 21.7 acres. Ptata witt Otan de- 
taUed information am avaitable ta the D^artaaol 
(rf Plaanim. (bum Neck ArM). PRINCESS ANNE BCffi- 
OUGH. 

14. Petttioo of Tbe Estate of W. W. OUver, Sr., lor a 
Chu«e of Zoniiv District Ctassification from R-S 
Residenttal District to 0-1 omix DisMci on Mrtata 
property located m the Nortt tMt (rf Bayg^ loid 
beginning at a p^at 317 tact more or 1ms ^al of Ftrry 



Ptairtation TtotA, rwming a distance of ^.24 ft« atoag 

the North side (rf Baygood R(»d, r^itag a ^^timst (rf 
217.86 feet al(Mig tl» Eastern pn^wrty am, !• •« a 



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•Off you want to (Ivt tway, we will run your cliss- 
i(i«Hi ad abtoluiely rner.. tes, Tnat's riibt, wt'U ruB yiHir 14 Ui ogr popoUr FREE 
BEE svctioo. TUs is ■ public service provided by your boaetowi eemniuity gevi- 

IvuftLBE UI Mt vUl re^i ^ttftri^t people ««o vtU ^wM « riee hom ta- 
jNwr uiMl. Aad if if • soM«f^ «Ni ^n feirte to five away, yo«r frleads Md m^- 
boM niU vprtciato yo«r geMrosi^. So call S47-4S71 to ptaee yaw reCi BBC M 



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PUPPt^ - Mixed breed, 
metfiim sited (togs, part 
sh^iheM awl cocfc-a-poo, 
Fr« to good home. Very 
adorable a^d lovt^, must 
see toiinr^te, m-Uli. 



Tbe STOPOifaiiisatimlHis 
made awtt^e to the pub- 
He a Ota on »ergy cob- 
sltvatloft euttled, AU 

About j M id a tiMi. " tWs 20^ 
-maann Um is ^ta^aed 
to edwate tbe viewer ia 
pi^ier flo - it - yourseli 
tectatcfoes in hone insula- 
tioa. Interested persons or 
groiqa are asked to con- 
tact the STOP(M-ptBiuti<m 
for further Marmatim aiid 
scheduling The ftlm is a- 
vailable FREE of charge. 
Please cootaet Mr. John 
Hardie, W»therisation 
Coordinator, at 627-3S4I, 
Ext. 305 fbr iaforination 
and scheduling. 

PABT Germao Shepard 
pmies, betutiful, 6 vks. 
O&ij health k bapiv, to 
food home, 54?-3658. 

PUPPIES- Ready foradt^- 
tioB May 27tt. Mother is 
noodle. 4M-(ttOS. 

FKEt; KlTTEie - come" 
and see. M6-45SS. 

FREE piqipies, 5 a«s, old 
Heady to leave. Seen at 
7M SUttam Rd. Cbesa - 
peake, afto' 5:30 p.m. 

KITTEfS to a good home- 
1 y$llow; 3 calico - 541- 

4e9r. 

FIVE pui^ies free. Five 
weeks old, mother Ameri- 
can ^z, fatter Golden 
Cocker Spaniel. 2 males 
and three females. Call 
499-8843 after 2:00 week 
days aAd afl week-md. 

FREE -^«inle dog, I 
months oUv Snail. Likes 
children and outdoors. Call 
543-8390 after 6 p.m. 



FIVE Free kittens. Colored 
assortB^wrt. Call 4«6-6«'33. 

COCK-A-POO apricot io 
color. Sma& out 4BUr doc 

I positioik 9m shots. Free' i 
to good bone. Call 397- 
1823. 



FREE to a good home only. 
9 month Samese Seal Poiirt 
kitten. Shots. 467-6990 - 
490-0591. 



FREE TO a good home: 
Cock-a-poo - Black mite, 
3 in. old. Moving. 420- 



DOG - Part terrier-part 
poodleJ SiBaU , 6 yrs. 
oM. Free to ezceileirt 
borne. MO^^. 



ATTENTWM!?!! IlrtHStrial 
and eohstnction firms, 
free hauli^ <tf all scrap 
^ywood and luMtser to be 
nad for the purpose of 
building bir^i^es. 424- 
4676. 

i wry cuteknghairedpiv- 
pi». 6 wks. Adorable 
mange 8 wed( old kitten. 
547-M72. 

FREE WOC» - From old 
shed, nod for Urevood, 
eaUJ42?-2211 w 428-QH» 



3 MIXED €QiMAN %ep- 
berds. Female - 8 «e«ks 
old. Call after 6 p.m. 545- 
6692. 

FREE - "^ ■ ••♦■? One is 
u solid bl K iuiiiai ti»- 
eit. oMii'i' is a solii: 
mull , iiuf.'Twl. Bpth cats 
ai. V'l V Sfrill". ^i'.2 ,i- 

W,i' t»r,:||Sl' iif .lllurnli-.S. 

Ni-t'ii y.iv I'lvnii;' hi, nil', 
Ol'lfl cDiiplf plelfinil. 
Call rin-")268 alltT ') (i.m. 

NEED TO USE an oat-(4- 
town tel^one directory? 
We have a t(» of tbem at 
the Chesapetke Ptri>iic Li- 
brary HeadqMirters. 



BE THERE when the beurs 
wake q>! Free color bro- 
chure tells you about va- 
catitming in tbe Great 
SflKAtes, in Spring or 
uytime. Write Ashville 
Cbaunber of Commerce, 
lOIt, Asheville, N. C. 
28802. 

FREE pq^y to good home. 

MI, C months .<: Call 
483 -.ii^ jiter 5 y.iu. 

FREE to good home-fbn^e 
pqqiy fr moMis old. Fart 
Terrier uid part Spits. 
Loves children. Small-good 
mtchdog. Blonde with white 
forehead. Call 487-8363. 

KITTENS-7 weeks old, 3 
males, 1 female. Weaned* 
and Ittter trained. Call 
488-6873, aA for 3Mf. 



S-FrteBM 



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rfiEE puRMes. Small 
mother is terrier. Had 
their shots. Call 545-8542 
after 5 p.m. 

TERRIES / DACHSHUMD- 
Uack and wKite mailings, 
short haired, Ivetks. Free 
to good home. «3-1467, 
evenings only. 

FREE-puppies, mixed and 
shepherd. Both males and 
females. 9 weeks old. Call 
482-1016. 



FREE-1 1/2 yr. old male 
(tog. Mixed breed, median 
size. Good pet, friendly 
and playful. Needs good 
home with f«iced yard. Has 
had shots. 421-3171. 

BEAGLE PUP-6 months. 
Great with children. Free 
to good home. 486-7246, 
after 6 wedniays. 

3 adora|)le Utteu, 6 weeks. 
Utter-trained. Call 486- 
4352 after 6:00. 

■ ' .- MOod 's.<: fish food 
-...u .is* for Nancy 
T- ,30 alter 4 p.m. 



PRIVATE BSEEMR will 
give free home to wild owls, 
hawks, or any birds not 
awRed bf owner. Also free 
are for injured birds. Sta- 
care for tojured birds. 
SUte permit no. 00064 
Write: Rick at P.O. Box 
II4I8, Chesapeake , Va 
23329. 



FMECfflUjOG 



— rr-^. -f.. 

WHITE CAT,' wUe (nen. t 
tered), 1 y«ir oM, 1 yailow 
eye and 1 blue eye, Good 
home only 428-4084. 



BE (MJR FRIEND- Adivt 
and give your love and 
home tor our animals. We 
need your help. Ports - 
mouth Humane Society. 
397-6004. 

FREE CHILDREN ACTl- ' 
VITIES-Story and movies, 
craft days and puppet shows 
Cali^ Cliildren Co-ordina- 
tor. Peggy Forehand at 
547-6562. 



DOG - 3 yr. old male. 
Mixed terrier, bcner. 
Loves children, free. .463- 

0434. 



GLASS SLBXIi& Doors ~ 
for a shower the sise of 
a M«nal tnb. Hot broka 
or draoa^. Free to any- 
one ttitwiAe8to^<±ttem 
up. CnU between 6 p.n. 
an^fSp-n. 340-27^. 



FREE to peanrt munchers! 
Virgil i* lunoas for the 
larfe nsditMl peaMt wUch 
is wUmr. salted, salted 
in the rteU, ranged in the 
stKO ad ta eaadies and 
coyectiOM. Fin- ininma- 
tln m how to stpre this 
weaderfUl ««rMWeItgttne 
along iMfe a atlt^iw <rf 
ree^an to etiete^ P«a- 
nrt MwAlB Monlli, wrtte: 
Peawds, P.O. Box 1163, 
Rlcfemoad, Va. mot. 



FREE to pwd home: 7 
G«tmH ai^^nrd pqipies- 
Cm be smm itf: 1317 Bra- 
wood Or., Brentveod^e- 
tion of Chesapetke. Any- 
time after 12:00 p.m. 

FREE ttomSS every Wed- 
noday at 12:10 p.m. at 
Kim Uhrarjr, 201, E. City 
Hall Ave., Itorfolk. 

5 BEAUTIFUL KITTEW- 

3 females and 2 males. 
2 nil aiiiauM. HaUsiamese, 
V I : siami'se markings bid 
not .aioI'!^ FREE to a good 
home. Call 488-6819. 




For a Iret yww i ww i cipitog 
••■amg mOK Ifcan 2OT h^l^l 
boi*lrti. *rit « 

CmmMMt hi' V 



FREE FIREWOOD - in 
return for MWing off Mg 
limb and hading away. 
Call 4^-11^/ 



OOG-Miied ta^ed, 2 yMrs 
<M, qnftAiUDAott, Aorf 

ettn anWig? tow iawsoA 
hMM mfy. iM-mo. 



ONE WAY to make a tne 
lou distance telqtbone 
caU: dial 800-5SS'I212 to 
find out if the party you're 
calling has atoU-fr«e(800) 
nMBber. 



KITTENS . Very laretty. 
Great Bridge area. 482 - 

2758. .- 

DOG - Part tesfcy, part 
terrier. Adorable male, 1 
yr. oW. Free to good home, 
486-5665. 

CATS - two black - flxbu, 
w<wld lUce to go as pair. 
Gall 486-7519. 



FOUR KITTENS -Very 
playful, 6 weeks old. Free. 
Call between I p.m. and 10 
p.m. 4I7-4M3. 

6 KITTENS--6 weeks old, 
all beige or yellow, litter 
trained, ami lovable. 484- 
4753, 



FREE horse manure for gar- 
dens. Great Bridge aMa. Af- 

*pr 7 P.m. Call 547-7486. 



KITTENS - Free to good 
tone. Four, 1 feoiUe, 3 
males. Call 425-7938. 



FIEE Film i^rogmms for 
kids «t Greet Heck, Win- 
itam- Woods and Virginia 
; Bwch branch UWnrles ev- 
ery ^twdny noming. 
CoBtoct 340-29I1 fur in- 
foraiMion <» film titles, 
times and d«tes. 

DON'T PAY for it. Get it 
free at the Read<|eartcrs 
Chesapeake Public Li- 
brary: (H*iginaliMintingsby 
local artists, Hollywood 
movies, and scaliitore to 
decorate your home. We 
also have loads of free in- 
formation to decorate your 
mind. 

FEDERAL TAX iiuuima- 
tion and assistonM. Call 
batwettt 8 a.iB. and 4:45 
p.m. Telephone 461-3770. 

FREE - Mdresngr^ 

machine and one ansmr- 

I tagLfsrvice i 

Iw fe g em 4 



BUYER PROTECTION - If 
ymi're in the market for a 
u^ car. there's a firm 
Iglr to protect you against 
odometer fixii^, rolling 
back the mileage counter. 
Write for the free f<rtder, 
•■Cwsumer Protection Un- 
der New Antttampering 
Odometer Law," from ttie 
National Highway Traffic 
Safety Administration, 400 
Seventh St, S.W., Washing- 
ton D.C 20r>90. 

FR£E TREES-Cutyonrs^ 
•nilahte in- firewood and 
ttMhar. C^dl «S-144I af- 
ter 4:W p.m. 



Clip tUs 3d and brli« to 
Moyock nea Market and 
receive free fmid raisiv 
booklet. 

FREE-Bozes of clothes- 
work - clothes, appraki- 
mately sise 40's, AU slses 
of childrens cloths and 
dresses. Call 420-3844. 



LOOKING FOR A BUF- 
FALO roast? Or an Eskimo 
convention? Or maybe a 
rae^ii« of the Iowa Black- 
bird Federati(m?Findoirt 
whim's hq)pefllng in 
America by caIUn| this 
toll free nttmber(S00)631- 
1256. It's the tourist's new 
found friend. 

NEED A FILM or qwaker 
for your next elflb meeting? 
The ChesapMdce PidAic Li- 
brary (^ers free programs 
on erituralafftlrs, movies, 
and new books. 

FREE togoodmme: Fe- 
male tri-colored &uset. 
2 yrs. oM. Call:$«>-fl06. 



BEAUTIFUL Irish S^er. 
F^mle. 2 yrs. old. Good 
witcfe (fog. Playful, loves 
cUMren but lueds good 
hiwe with lots of room 
to nm, prrienUy a nice 
heme in Oe dMBtrv. Call: 
4M-141A 

FREE: 3 Uttots, male, 
irtMe, grey and Uack, 8 
irta., to pwd home. 428- 
04M i^r 3:00 weafedays. 



VOLKfWAfiCm-1967, body 
wtthent dns^, free to 
good heme, dw^eUand, 
call ttto- 9 p.n., «4- 
74M.. 

IOTTpiS-« wks. m. Free 
ta^hoii. CaUletwM 
« P.B. - It p.B. «4S- 



vm. 




mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm 
Auio jumc-we i^ }wri[ 

autos. trvcks. buses. Cull 



tiuif aooiiter iQct. 
aging your okH 
lorship. Anyone viiiti jm- 
hition can do it. We irain- 

497-563r 

REWCE SAJ^E * VAST 
with GeBese TrtMs 4 E- 
VAP -water |MUs". Mur- 
dth Wwr. 

,■ ■■■ I ■ Mi 1 | ■ . 1 L I- KJL I , 

«i ynt$ yottr Mwe inio the > 
haadte (4 1,000 firms envir 
to send ym «a^a ud 
OMWrtUhities. SMttte: 
WAYNE, Dept. CP. Bm 
56, Ctewbofo. N.C. 27973 



lormv 



Free to food 
1777. All Itecfc 



ariiMM. 



i'ALc.-diwvwi 2 p- ; t'i 
story hour at JBAtptmit 
Uea^iurters r i!'farv in 
Ci^t Br^t es- 

cbv at 11 a ui 



MCVfNCtoM^^kadwJmust 
find Icjvlng hoires tor 2 
p^ rabUts. • »..i 

grown. One male, pure 
whila and ok*- t>- male, white 
with gray ears, very un- 
usual and pretty! BiMhave 
bem raiMd and loved as 
pets, are exeeiAionally afr 
tectionate and tanw, Also 
have c^ to ^ with Omn. 
Will let ^m goes pair or 
separatdy to good homes! 
Call 486-1304. 



FREE hwse raamire fbr 
gardens. CaU 421-29M. 

FREE FIREWOOD- in re- 
turn for sawing off ^ 
limb and hauling away. 
Call 482-U26. 

FREE: Adorable baby rab- 
bits. Cute little buhdlm of 
fUr ready to love. We've 
got plenty, they can. be 
yourk if you'll give ttem 
a goed home! 340-7439. 

BEFORE FUTING a smoke 
detector for your home, 
send for a study ngmi 
giving critical asseas" 
me^ of Uie dlMrent 
makes and models. Free 
from P^c Citisoi Re - 
search Group, 2000 P St. 
N.W., Washington, D.C. 
20(»6. 

FREE WEATHER REPORT 
Up-to-the-honr. Hunpton 
,Ro«to area foreca^. Dial 
936-1212. 

2 KITTEHS, 8 mo. old, 
one loBg hair Uadi, one 
sbui hair wUte nalM 
be«i nertered, had shots 
CaU 485-4203. 

DOGS-2, one GoldM Re^ 
trtver, 2 years old, 
female. One Irish Setter. 
1 year old, fenule, both 
wit& papers. CaU iNlter 6 
p.ra. 464 - 3441 Free 
to food home oidy. 

FREE REMOVAL from 
junk maiUng Ustfe. Write 
to tbe IHrect Mail Market- 
tog As»eiatfoa, 6 East 



FREE: Precious "tabby" 
kittens. Wa have three left. 
8 wks. old and need good 
tomes! CaU: «8-0494. 



The TUawater Cht^er, 
American Red Cross, tas 
a vari^ of fllmi, ptm- 
Idilets and sUde praaea- 
taiiins on everytUnfirbcn 
dtnster and flnt iU. to 
the giving of Hood. These 
items are free and tnil- 
atde to the p^lie tw nse 
at club meetings. For in* 
UatUitka whow tooliida 
ms natortal. eontoet the 
Red Cross at 6K-67SI. 

FOR A FREE BOCNCLET 
on automobile income tax 
dt>'!>iruons thatinclndMln- 
foi ..lation on state gasoline 
Sales taxes, wrtte tbt 
.an AntomobOe As- 
sucuition, 8111 Gatehense 
Rd.. Falls Church, Va. • 
22042. 

BEAT DIFLAIICHti Q^en 
up with the Joneses. Pass 
the Joneses by starting 
your, own baA! DattUs 
FREE! Write: The Sadl- 
er, Box 6869, San Jose 

951!in 

NEED A ooramuntty mInM 
qiedtor for your dyie 
grbuii? Call 420-9571 he- 
twea 9 a.m. and 12 nouii' 
MondajJInugh Friday. 

'^FREE STORY HOUR-for 
children to help work- ' 
ing parents, fof^'childr^ 
ages 3 to 6. on Wednes- 
days at 7 p.m. and Satur- 
days at Ham. Chesap^ke 
Headquarters Library Bi' 
Great Bridge. 

FREE LIST of home 4|>- 
pUaioes witk1owUf»-cy^e 
coats (purcikse priee j^ut 
en«rgy eoa^. for ywr 
eonr to 'GSA Llfe-Cyele 
CMtong oC AjppUances," 
write Consumer ' News, 
Office of Constoner Af- 
fairs, Washington, D.C. 
20201 



VWINO PIANO Service- 

Va. i .N/". , ii|jn m pij. 

nos $i75-S75 We buy «. 
s«.U, tune. A t'eljuild. fall 
804>428.«a2i, Bo^ )..;i- 
NortoUi. Vs.. 23305 New 
kevh^rrM k bew^s. 

••WABTB)" .: ft* - llsl 
WGB Mntfisiflter Siffveyt 
tup^^Mkr fm, aU Men 
SMwerM. Mr. ibud, N62 
FwaOil*! Windsor, On- 
tartoi, Caa»to. 



P^-WSmxm Chapter of 
B^fflima m t$ span. 

fS- • • Co»t^«0. Can 

5 p.n. 



E3C! 



LOST IKNB.Bta^airiiAlte 



...„ >>M«r, Bt^ory 
area. OiH 4«.t798 

wn-. tufi Msk Set • 
ttf. Bu SM ti^uared eye 
and is ptfchad Bewnrd. 
4I1-»17. 

LOff^^^tor %iddMp- 
py, Mkey oolorad. hotit 
Ml II 1m Mm vt VfoUs- 
aare ATCont. Anawws to 
nsM a "tanrtnll". 
CbMd's (ft. Its Bcwnrd! 

4eo-»l«. 



fwtai* 



CAPRICE: lf7(,. (iOOdCOB- 

dttion. FomrwwktIIIOO. 
4M-99Mt 

PLinioirni-1974 Sbtttoo 
INmi. tamXm tin- 
dim Mew tfras. ftiUy 
equ^ped. |2200. 424-1710. 

PACER-im Like new. 
Loaded. |St6 and atsime 
low bnluiM or irroo. 

BMW. mm seurM?- 
e»4. 



S?:-^^* 




*-^Utomiimiiwm >w» Mir 

1974 DODGE Van, power 

steering • V-8 automatic 

n. With Side 

Al-FM 8-track 

liiit-piex, JnttlAor com- 

etely carpeted-excellent 

condition. Call 424-1781 - 

after six - 482-3661. 



»>>totorcirel>s-lcoo«a« 

YAMAHA - 1973, 900 ec. 
nccUeat eoodttion, garage 
kept, 4,700 miles. 484- 
6834. 

1977 HONDA CR125, ridden 
only 4 hours. exceUent con- 
dition. 547-1622. 1950 or 
beat offer 



ll»Belp»«Mtd 



C^O CASRtMQ ELEC- 
nUCAB. FuU time woit. 
QlU 4W-0347 - 8:») to 5 
■p.m. 

REDmntATE YOUR home! 
Eara nmcy! Be ymir own 

•jwn boss! Opportimitv lor 
adinmeemoit! PartTimeor 
FuU Time. CiiU 487-1874 
a^rtine. 

WABn© ~ PART TIME, 
13.00 hoar to teleplione 
bnsiMss firau. EiceU«it 
tor hm« makere wlthpre- 
Kttool i«e tmitt. Write 
Aladdin Colw, SrdA Broad 
Street, Florfflce, New Jer- 
sey 085M. 

PABTT ^aa dMBfonatra- 
tem to dunoBiirato bi^nd 
naae bqrs and gifts for 
FriMdIy Tey Parties. 
WAM eoaoiissioas, no 
ewaeting, m deUvery, no 
tuk tavetimat. Call now! 
547-4716 « 484-2793. 340- 
75t6. 

»}lSEXE£PSt^Uw -to, 
cart of 2 vondeiM ehUd- 
rab. Uim vcafcMdi free, 
caU idter 6 p.n. 486 - 
4615. Virginia Beach Ar- 
ea. 



AWRE8SERS wajitad Iffi- 
mediatdy! Work at hone- 
no oqwrienee necessary- 
exccUent pay. WrltoAmer- 
ican Service, 8350 Park 
Lane, $teite 269, DaUas, 
TX 75231. 

COSUEUCS* - a MardiaU 
Field famUy owned com- 
pany is eqiuiding in Va. 
Flekl CraatiOBs Inc. mrt- 
time eeoaul^its aeeded. 
Posslhie to eara SIOO- 
9175. tCommlastoa sales. 
Send same, addr^a, and 
ttiaiiitoae number to: Box 
Ittf, G/0. Chesapeake' 
Poat, Clenpmke, Va., 
S38Z0. "Small investment 



iS-Bnainew 



assssL 



riWlTi 
"name removal ^._^. 
TTiey'U get the Job done, 
no charge. 

FREE EYE INFO-Basie 
fads everyone should 
know tboA eye e^refrom 
the Virginia Socie^ fM- 
Qte PreventioB of Blind- 
ness. For your fr^ copy 
9l "Your Eye for a Life- 
time (tf Sight" wrtte:Pre- 
veid BUndMss, Box 2020, 
RtchimHMt, Va. 23216. 

The Tidewater Correspon- 
dence BiUe SiAool wUl 
send a Free Bible Course 
to all who write in forthem. 
We have five courses avaU- 
Me, one for children, 9- 12 
one tor tems; and an easy 
and advanced course for 
adults. Write to: Tide - 
water Correq>o«tencc 
Bftle SAool, PjO« Boat 1247 
Chenpeake, Va. 83320. 



FREE-For able people who 
want to become more able. 
Learn bam to improve your 
life, handle problems and 
achieve your potentialsnc- 
OMs in life. AvaiUUe now 
in Virginia Beach. Seven 
hours pa(diedf^of Hseaide 
data en eimimmiication, 
purposes and ptalsandhow 
to adiieve Stem. Take ad- 
vantage ot tUs opportunity 
to learn how to c&nge un- 
wanted conditions in your 
eavirannient. Free. Wttii 
no <a>Ugation, to introduce 
s(»eatdanr, tbe pbUoeop^ 
yon am a|iidy to life. Re- 
gister at 206-2^ Street 

jE-eau 4g8bjaw. . . . 

MALE, Coek-a-poo, 3 yrs. 
old Good Hime, 420-9505. 

FREE INFORMATION to 
eonsamers: Are you going 
to have Bonelni|»rovement 
wok doeet Itay a car, ap- 
^imee or T.V.? CaU your 
Better n»lnMs Bureau for 
r^oft OR firm you are 
emsMartof doing, business 
wm. FBEE panvUeto im 
tmstofomi icencies, ^- 
l^iaaees, fr^scr beef, 
heae wmt scenes and 
m»t9 other areas itf i^- 
wmtT predwts and ser- 
viMS. CaU your Better 
tartms terean at 627- 
5691. TtiqAme ha»s 9:00 
- 4:00 Itoaday - Friday. 

FREE TOAGOODBMIE. •> 
Ti» 4op-|ut datauNM 
ud dehwBM • under 1 
year oM. 4M-$4^, 

~wnl <mH?7 The 



BELIEVE IT OR 1K>T: 
FREE, male (pure bred) 
AFGAN dog, fear yatirs 
old. OutstttiHag appevr 
ance, has been shown, rad 
very good diqmsitlon. 
FamUy is very concerned 
aboitf home that he wUl 
be idaiMd in. For his weU- 
beiag, he must be in a 
home wiUi a large feneed 
in yard. That, and a krt 
of love and he can be 
youra! CaU 467-1628. 

ROBERT RIPLEY says: 
Know in advance your emo- 
tional - physical - mental 
high periods - tow periods 
and your accident prone 
days. FREE BROCniRES 
teU you how to get com- 
puterised - personalised 
Btortiythm forecasts.,. A- 
madn^r accurate. Write 
for your FREE BBO- 
CBURES to : Robert R. 
Ripley, Inc. P.O. Box 138, 
GetsvUle, NY 14068. 

FREE toe good homemale 
pan Aagon kitten 7 weeks 
old, Itttttrtririaed. WUlde- 
Uver for your approval with 
in rMran^e dMance, 
Free food ud litta- bitt. 
CaU 547-2471 after 4 p.m. 



3\H. OLD MEimW rise 
dog mixed breed. PMUle, 
qwywi. AU shots. LoH 
red«a toon hair. Loves 
ouUoon-Meds yard. Lik- 
weUUrm CaU 943-819'. 



TOUR mtzed b r ee d pc p plw 
Ei^ wetiu old. Anyone 
who can give them a good 
home wuemaed. MemHi 
stsed doff. Can be seu 
anytime at 1»M KempevUle 
Rd. 

FREE GAU&i - to idmek 
oat. Pit, Prahe, Mowpidy, 
Stan, Badfaaen, CharUe 
Browa, Uigety An, 
Ows^ Rahbw pttsxlw and 
many limi at Chesqwake 
B e adqtrt e rs Llbrarf, 
Grert Bridge ChUdrcn's 
Boom. 



PVFPT— part SchaMMff 
I, 9 MS. m. mef 



HAVE fMr ^oraUeUtau 
11 irts. (M, In aU «^m 
m wtttarlMrtovttiteB- 
m» » (Mae t* awn! 
Tkay'N »w togoodhoi^ 
Calf 4iB-tSII and come 



nowt ta eptved to as- 
tM yen witt year cub - 
nam> ^«HMs. CaUm- 
9«I {tm • 4:00} Itaatey 
- FrMay. fiA m jmv 
^«M«M. V 1^ cttHhelp 
yw, we vfil ^ter Ml 

yoB wir n* mw rmto 

propOT ^B9 AoaaheMi 

jm. 



19 



RU^iiaiAfl} Party Ma: 
MNb*|iirty to fsar tele 
and MMMve rase B^sm 

Maqr Mto tmrnOm to 
nuiy im. CaU 4M.l^. 



OLDOIOBILE-mS Cas- 
toM tiurlMB- wagon, fac- 
torir i^ri AM-ni radto. 
QeUL mi»- 4»-M00 - 
4S-M79. ^ 

FORD - 1974, PidCBpT- 
100, automatic, "6" new 
shell, Mw tires, I 1/2' 
bed, eieeDsBt mBdittos. 
Bank loan valne: |2200. 
Must sM! 489-3169. 

PLTMCWTH: '87 FURYUI, 
Air • eoBdftioBed, Auto- 
tra namle sloB, power 
brakes, RAH. Good 
tramatatioB. |400. 488- 
^ 9389. 

1968 P(»TUU:«-Teo«aat, 2 
door, 890 •mlBe.noinB- 
Btag, body goed. ^90. CaU 
4M-4IM«9^ttaa. 

1970 bLDSUOBOiE - 4 
deer. Delta M, raiflo, air 
pqwM* steertag aadUalns. 
Needs hody woriilia. ^U 
^J4-»#4. 

' ■ . ■ ' ' V I - 
1972 PEUGOT 4 door Se- 
dan. Bodyra^edoOiBrwtae 
to nod ooB^n. Good 
ra&I tiras. WU sdl fw 
I P«rts9a»' CaU 487^31. 

VOLKSWAODH: Tatt-1971, 
New tiUm ongtte, 2 fuel 
taals. some ! caqtfng 
eip^Mt. $1S0. CaU 
sarUaae aftu- S:M M489- 
9659. 

CAraiCE 1970: Gooi eoa^ 
tfttoB. fvms worta, load- 
ad Witt power. ^100. 414- 
5IM. 

lxmi%4tBA Vaa, 1971. 
tantta^ top. Mty tasaMed, 
roofiq^eaiW ai]««n- 
AUflher, 3/1 utoptftc 
treaaialtitoB, pov^irte- 
ertagad Mikw. ^000. 
#4-1149. - 

M» - OASHIR - ^,000 
■bs. Uteasw.aotonatic 
*^*» rt'. * door «^e, 
red wik wMtt tal^ 
acrift« at W.MO. C^ 
4IX-S«i9. 



M»i^Mi: m CLAsec 
Omm spwtpatatiot^aew 
tettM7, stodia^ mtes 
Itass aad^itap. Aato- 

PLYmuTB-pvry n*\vn. 

Ctasa, air enMMU«, 
fewer - i^eriag nd 
MM. 444»0 iMlta. 

mw. mt-9». 

iW3fL ym, i9»^i^ 

Mae iMtiMtatlittp, 
rir-wwHftaiH, iB^Mr, 
Mt-tiAM, mtoi mmL * 
Omrnt 4t^ Uui Mm, 

Ciai«|.m«iAerlp.H. 



START NOW 

Savwal di2forent jote 
snlltiMe irith large na- 
tlona] company. 



$720 



Moattly 
Rapid advaacemeirt, on-jd) 
frdaiag, paid vacatton. 
MavbtBoftts. 

CALLtt4-m7 



ATTERTION - Party Plan 
Manager li Demnstrators 
neodsd ta tUs area! Over 
400 tut - sdUag items! 
Best Bosteu Amrds! No 
tavestmsBtt CaU ToU Free: 
1-800-80-7606 or write: 
Saste's Toy Parties, Avon, 
Cora. 06001 - Also boOiiv 
parti«s. 

STUFF EXVELOP^:|300 
thoiHMad. Earnlnunwdtate- 
ly. Send stamped, addms- 
ed eni^lope. (EL. San - 
den, P.O. Box 05262. Cle 
dors. P. 0. Box 05262, 
CleveUnd, OH 44105). 



SUMMER EM7L0YMENT- 
Api4icatiQBs ire now being 
WHMhKnf Mr ratiaAndioB 
#tt nft stora. I^ybe- 
Wpa 1^ a«.^ind I p.m. 

*mtt tan Trav-L-Parit, 
INeoite Sir ortside main^ 
tonaaee ««Qt; also part- 
tiits piittaU m«:ha«[c. 
1079 (kMMml Booth Blvd., 
Va. Beach, Va. 



OPPORTUNITY 

MatioBal ma^aaj hu 
cpodnp for immedii^ 
enploymeat. Hostsn, 
wattraas, aqwrlMcedpre- 
Unred (Thta ta not r»taii- 
rant work). 

$710 

iroBttdy 
CALL 424-'m3 



PBAiaiG Caipntera nd 
M^srs. Bo eitertaBee 
•sea^^. Itert U.n aa 
hoar and «. Ufl-mi, afi. 
9p.ai. 



14- 



OPPOSTDnfy-aM a se- 
eOBd taenM to ^ar Itte. 
Vm ytw ipaN Usm to 
4sv<q^ aad nny your 
on aUMbitonim. CaU 

vaaMoR w MfilM. Se- 
Mlto. Utm m nd«>- 
staaM pds. Mhw^s 

aBt»-7879. 



Wo (^ mmian ta tew^ 
« wttt tN ewrky Utt tf 

fmt ktmMimt newntper 



1180.00 WEEKLY address- 
ing envelopes at home - 
start immediately, coir 
V plete tK.^lstance, guaraii 
teed ^ ee details: 

Parki Kox S004, 

Ches., 



21-Prtvate iMtrecttn 

BATON Twirling, march- 
ing and strutting. Small 
classes and private les- 
sons. For further informa- 
tion, call 486-4908 after 
730. 



Il-Dngs, Cato. nd Otter Pete 

SEVEN Cock-a-poo, pup- 
pies all blond, 110.00 each. 
Absolrtriy beaitfiftti and 
v«y lowible. 421-9614, 



KJODLEji - rare, olacii 
stawtard, 9weeksold,AXC . 
Registered, shots/ 
wormed/clipped, |I00 
Mch. Call 857-4080.23 

LABSAOm REIWBVER 
MIPPIK • muk, AKC re- 
MUktH, iRrtstMttV Uttej 
mm cnnpton riim, 

8984 . 

PO(X>L£S - premium ipiall 
ity, biadt. male poodle!' 
coaU very wM be sfow 
ipB%. DanndMrehoth 
fron ttov tamUy. ^90.00. 
CaU-l5S-U33. 



QUfil SETTER - 1 yr. old 
AKC ngMerad - ^.00 
OT b«t offer. Call 482- 
3661 

«.ArUs wy* " 

MOBOCANY dinfn taUe, 
6 chalr«, llSO.^Mtdde 
Hoovn- tkXbnwtiampKi. 
Mm sott, dwlr it rw, 
Uack redlner, ail |40. 
463-2833. 

WATER PUMP-I/2 h.p , 
and i^'essure tank, neel- 
Icnt coBditiin, 1190.00 
Call 428-3268 after 7:30 
p.m. ' 

1/2 CAJUT mAlKHfD 
lol^, irttt 2 Side ston^. 
Valw 1380. WUlncriftoe* 
for f 196. or wiU ncgdiate 
Turquoise bradd, |19. 
482-1763. 



D.E. FILTK - for 24 ft. 
swifflffitag pool. 179, w 
besti^er. M4-7627,, 

PIANO CoBCeit grand 
rii^ nadetadaeaio, o. 
and imff. Beaita r^idsh 
iag Boanos good bat aeeds 
tniBf. WIU sdl for |200. 
CaU437-6SSI, 



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NORVIEV. 
Norfolk'.-- 

t>ii(>ppiti(i L ' . 
853-8118 


.ie. Buying 
42 8o«tb«rn 

^r Krw-ffilli 


Sl-Jei«lnr 


4«iMM 



Ring- ladies diamond sol-, 
italre. Platinam setting. 
Center stone 3.89. SMe 
stones, .20 each. Ap- 
praised in 1975 for 
811,550.00. Price-|7,2i 
Can 489-1748 or 423- 



f.2<». 
71l|. 



IS-GoedTMasstoBat 



+ 



inOA laspeeted, \ 
tne-quiity { 

GHIAM#EDi 
ilEF ^ 




Woodmnt famm 

ONatbMft I 



S) 



FRtsa Brown «nrtryetgs 
ins 8. BaWefWd BM. 
Chesneake. K( i dos. 
4M-17ar 



BBT^BBiEAlffi-I^( yoar 
OBW. |».«»lM. n^opms 
Mdar: ttrtD Iwift Bd. - 

ChareUaad. 4844M8. 



ss-Ltfjiud 



M 



EASTEBN Lawn A Trw 
Senates, toe your tawn- 
faetee-trae needs-CaU Mr. 
amwr 4»>-9979. Free 
wrttten estlnate. 

1979 BOLLY HILL: 64'X12' 
Fumislmd, washer/dryer, 
2 BSdrm. 1 baUi. Can re- 
mata on lot in Derby Ron 
Park. 11900 and assume 



EMILY'S ANTIQUE SHOP 
Open daUy. 3204 High St. 
Portamodth. AU hrpes of 
anttques, cut glus, china 
Opn daily. 3204 Hii^St., 
Portsmoatt. AU typiu of 
aatiines, cut glan, china, 
furaitun. Bankamericard 
and Master Charge. CaU 
397-8027. 



AIR aM(DrnOMER-21,000 
BTU. wlndowuBit,paid3450, 
sacrifice at 3279. 497-3829 

CHILDREN'S clothes for 
sale. ExceUent ^wdltiim. 
Ages 3 BOS. to 7 yeare. 
488-1040. 

GET APPLIANCE SALES 
(pl^yl Advertise in the 
ClawittBi Section. CaU 
547-4571 ba an ad-writer 



■Utfy panaenta. CaB 
428-«75. 10-8 p.m. 



AIUjO: 13x60, 2-bednnf 
central air,foUyfUrBtahed. 
Can reaottta ob Id. Terns 
avaflaMe. 497-2154. 

FI^MmOO; 1974 J2' X 65' 
3 Bei^m,, If/S^tts, , 

Mi^iyfeStt^^ 
9'Xi6' porch eorered by 
10X30' awataf. 497'^03. 



«-i»artBwrtsttrBnt 

WILLOUGHBY SPLIT: 
awUta- 1 Bdrm. apt. on 
the wator.ti Faniishad or 
M tf a n da h ed. Private park- 
■ " vehicles). |1«|0 *;, 
AvaUaUe nowH 



les 
tt4-H£4 



4t^ «ytan Pwrtdwd 



■ 

SUl^i^ RENTAL: 1 - 
Bedm. apt: Nortt end, 1 
bUi. froroocwi^Cayce 
Library. QnapUtely furn- 
tahed, shag eatpd, air - 
condaStonei^ .T.V. Sleeps 
four, im wily. DaUy rat- 
es avaUaUe. CaU 422-4790 
after 6:00 Mon.-'Rns. - 
Thurs. Ai9tiiMWed..Fri 
thnSun. 



n-mgmn 



SL 



41-aoiSM UMoirisied 



CASH IN 1 HOUR 
Fnrdture, sUvtf, dta- 
BOBds, ilsss ddna. lamps. 
tods,luqr hOBSdaddlteBiS. 
Also i^erested iat/e^fbrn v 
SBllra edatw. DayorniglK 
481-M34. 



HOME FOR RENT: Im - 
toseutate, mtfurntahed 
bouse. 8 bedrm., 3 baths, 
iprage, 1 year old. Per- 
f«d coodltioB. FuUy car- 
Pded. 33M, IWPEtS.Re- 
fSmees * taase. 467-3420 

SHMBMaaBBBBBMBmaBBI 



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CLASSIFIED ADS 



SsUtac, mtim or hlitag ta Chesapeake. Vifdiya 
Beach or ChvcMai^ nr^ata Baa^ Sn. C^- 
paate Peat dasditod ais an tlM ainww. 

Ptan your low coat, vdefc aette etassifled ad 
todnr. cm 947-4971 » 4M-8430 M' mO ta tte 
kuOf MNvoB. We're ken to h^ yw «itt yov 

30 wMtto er less, ody |3.20 for our fdl raa. 



Myetassiaadad. 



PleaM m ad !» ( ) 
Cad ta I8.M pw taSM 
for 

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ftatte. 



OHeMaswdblU. 



Mfress. 



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£TOWN 

'fte- FOR SALE 

mk iBr' for 

\ [|Hp>p1« platming Homes ^ 
I A Custom B«ild«rs 
I SALES OFFICE. . . 
I 333 Providence Rd. 

Can 464-9317 

I 



.u*y I'J.uo A.M. 'W ' 

~)«uUfu] Brick Raor 




uvnaifsac homes 




.\T|sa.oo(> 




Opt. Ynrral n'r 
Paymvm lu .i'luidiu 
quired of Veteran Purch.. 

Located off 0«ep Cr«tk Blvd. 

Ulnii»m» of Military Hu 
AMITY eflBMBUtSALTY CO. 


No Doi»n 
%'n ft!- 





KEMPSVILLE (Bent Tree): 
1977 -.Comtemporary 3- 
Bedrm., ttreplace, carpet- 

^ ad, Bar«ge, corner lot. 
Moat sell, unexpectedtran- 
sfer. Bargain at $43,500. 

';By Owner 4ZO-3941. 

. TtMBERLAKE: 4-Bedrm. 

'" nmtiy-room with fireplace 
attaclMd larafc Good ai- 
sumiMoo. No Agents. 499- 
9275 



PORTSMOUTH 
NURSES REGISTEflY 
IS NOW OPEN 

24 H«Nir 8«ryk;e for all 
TlDEWATfiR AREA. 

RN. LPN, Aids, A Cartifiad 
Hom«mak«rs. 

1102 Freedom Avenue 

Purtsmouth 
•la: -3276 487-9185 



Ambitious? 

A sattslylog and rewarding 
inSKnnce eiperience a- 
watei tbe. self-oMttvated 
and salf I oriented ferson 
that we are seeking, 

« 
Send resume immediately. 
We will be hiring regional 
mjuifegers, area managers 
and salespeople to tht* 
area. 

Oor extensive training pro- 
graiA wlH rtault in Im- 
mediate oppbrtonlties for 
high earnings. 



Hr.W.O.JoMa 



igsmiformiJmf 



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Tampto CffbruNi 



W 1 1^1 £S 



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Show & Sale 



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MamMT 




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juiY s^i », «), 31, itzr 

CIVIC CENTER 
VIrglwte B«tth, ^. 

rMURSDAY. FRIDAY ahd SATURDAY - 1 P.M. to 10 P.M. 
^JNmY-iPM. toyp.M. 

Seleeleii BahMlon wWi QueHty MenlHndtoe 

ADMISSION With this ad 1 or MORE 

^00 $1.50 EACH (Tax Included) 



HOME 
SeRVICESi 



CatEGfPAfiK 



/ 



BEACH BOROUGH: Arts 
;>^<UmveaU<» treft,3-B«drm. 
.:*Hii good commercial 
poteMial. Now rented. 
$17,000/ offer, by owner. 
42g-43M. 

BAtfLEPlfcLD tLVD., 3 
bedrooms, large lot, air 

ftWBBED OFFICE LOTS 
'«'fi«hr Rd. ilfc^AllaMnrle 

Or. Ifiaii^M&qEt^^es 
• 1^ i^« •fteb. Waier,4iew- 

4r, cwliA|ttttei^4iM:tadad. 

Adams Ke^ve &• Lester. 
490-2791 , 

^EAT ^^GS<liid^1fto- 
or. 2 stoiry 4 tadEOom, 2 
i/2 batir. ^2000 pMS sq. R. 
of living area. By owner. 
116,900 fto agents please. 
M7-M6» 



Preview 



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All ntw jraiich & 2-sloiy 

3 Dedroam 2 hi botN Courttv*Wfchefi Famly room. 
Ov«ri2»go«3ae, Mrx 6.0O0 scf ft Joti 
f*f»at© torn & Tennis Cii o 
Pat Witoo*. PMibrdw Realty 






^MM^ ^Tioge. Cciteoe Pork 
HastinatCpurtoff,Pargmont,Dif..t.64 tomeian 
f»/e( P3.i^(^M9Muii.fJi to CdtaoB Park 

lei JHtt-^NIIli^ «^141 



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Resor 



^"^T 



.^SRUG 
^rouBid, 



HARBOR - year 
furnished cottage, 
on camal, 350ft. from Able- 
marble Sound, 120,000. 
Own«r will ftunce, 340 - 
1271 after 6 p.m. 



POLL Taos POTEirmL!! 

tOYWQfeLD . 
MATTEL, PASJOEft GMIBS.'^iilEft PRICE^ 
H IBLtpil BRiBLlt, t^MCA 
Me selUi^ or overtence lecesnry, you will restock 
beeotfftil displays with the G«u«b7'«tast^ael]iing 
nationally advertteedioys in higfr triffie coi9pdiq^#Bttf>i- 
lished aeeoonfis! tl»t will be tuifed^ovee-tOnyM; Your 
reoMers wUi be eomputer pcoeessdd. by ^ne o< ttie 
oKtest ttd krtrat braaA< Htoie toy wlwlesateri th tbe 
U.S. TUf oMr Is Mug made Availahle entiraly.Hby 
MatiOMl liaiMlBg Serrlcef , aod is wt dlraotty w 
iadiredly afflU^ed with aof mamdactimr mentbwed 
above, Aptdieants most be rw^oasiUerihle to idake 
declj^iw, and be eapaUe (tf making miatmum cash 
InviatmeM of ^,250^. 100% nierd&Ktf«» M^ hatil. 
Call Hr. BeU: "Ml Free any time. l-B00-821-7n5, 
Ext. A121. Soaday calls accepted. 



NOTE and AUTO 

Norfolk 
FtiiancdCo. 

LOCAU.Y 
OWNED 

^ 48^^f 

Sa BATTL^mSLD RI.Vl) 

WII^N 

»««>Pj!)N(i ttKMTKJi 



'^-.w .sW"«t-rius»- 

Dutten in Viigtaia's Shen- 
andMh iVallty. Enjoy a 
beautifullf-graen summer 

^. and > >»w t iWi Ur CUl. Best 
etmi, get tendy (t>r win- 

■^•UHf'flblA the twst sUtfig 
jk^iieB VaU and Vermont. 
..SpacUl price. CaU Nor- 
irls Bly, 627-50aJ. 




VIVIAM KEAL 

Wnrl Congi^^kais 
Mrs. Neal. aie is a i 

telies \asi^tate witb us 
Aiutmanlobie. 
,^T^rUi liritt Ul ber nuny 
triwds to^iwtAct lier for 
ail.ttetrteyingand s«U- 

Htaae 482-3553 or 547- 
4555. 

. Illcarde Inc. 

391 Johnsttnn Rd. 
» O^^peake 

§47*4565 

«In the teart <rf'GrMt 
Brtdge" 












mmi »w ji 'I' ' ».w ,.w^?? 



EXECUTIVE CENTER 

CHESAPEAKE 
PRESTIGfe OFFICES 

1417 N. Batll^eld M»d. 
AQUARIAM AGE REAL ESTATE, LTD. 

547-51M 



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READ 
OUR 

WantApI 
EVERY 






eHESiU>EAKE 

BECAUSE TIDEWATER BUILDERS KNEW 
YOU WOULDN'T SETTLE FOR LESS ... THEY 
CREATED ESPECIALLY FOR YOU .. . 

Their Foil River collection of expertly crafted brick horrtei . . . buiH them 

in Chewpeoke, in on environfflent of fun and relaxation. The homes 

feature qMfity f coturM in their design like ceramic tile bathi, paneled ^ 

fomHy roomi with old faihioned wood burning firepiacei and beamed 

ceHingt. Spodovt family kitcheni feature breakfott bdyi in some models. 

Up to the minute energy features, (^per wiring and fully finiAted 

^ntiges. Fall River . . . the face of the future! 

Fall River 



MJIg 




PSWICHVLLAGE 



(XHIEQE PARK. CHESAPEAKE. VKIQINIA. 



57,100 



vAftOMmrio^ 

B«CCTI»«i Tail* MMny H^hwoy em half mO* tovHi of CoNagal 
W*an Sfetfutag CiMir, lum Wt ol Rtgwicy OMMiobil* on Poromont.r 
^*l*li M ilghl en* half mHt. Op«i dolly noon to 7>M. Sol« ogMt,] 

#WM| vCnTOflli 

i424.3434-4t7.97tl 




MACHINISTS 

Pay sterts k |8.3» per Jionr with ragular increases 
Jo 17.24 per hour. We have ogHUais lor o^ntaMed 
^tasl^ maeUnists. ^}oy good jiay and boMQts with 
excelled cpportuilties for ndqAoattent. 

CaB c«ltoc«<N4-3n^iltt «»r ttfWuitaver a|^ in 
piMfsen t !.■. to 4;W p.iii. to 

Th* Einployiimil Offl^ 
NorfoAi Ni^al mili>yaNi 




<, iiii .. lii j r 



B IDmTO Utt.il' 

comfRvcnm 

EQUIPMERt BSNTAL 

AIR COMPRESSORS 
'^ ' lAND AIR 





TOOLS 



f 



4d3dBalnl]rtdganvd. 

NORMAN DEAN: MGR. 



.Air 

Xylite tews 
.WaMtn 
.PorUte 
Cnmes 



543-5723 



BLACK 
BROTHERS 



Builders 

Home Improvements 
Coirtnctors 
Garage Builders 
Roan Additions 
Alumimum Siding 
Roofs - Carports 
Kitchen Remodeling 



545-7318 

Hugh E. BUck, Sr. 
1800 Park Avenue 
Chesapeake, Va. 



GARAGES AND ADDITK)NS 
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Tbe Vlrgiaii Bwch Boird of ZcmUk Apptal* vittconiiiict 
a Ptibllc nmriat <m WedBMdty. A^pist 17, 1977, at 
7:30 P.M. la tlMClrcuM C«iirt Room #6, City Hall, 
VliflHU Botch, Virtinii. The toUoviof apfdicaUoos 
wUt inov oo tko acowta. 
DEFERRED AGEMDA: 

1. OMHTMi 4«ty (, 1977). ComtnoBwcaltli Associates 
V by Joiei* J. Uwlitr. Attoney. reqoests « nriaace of 

ISioettotWtootvMecMrb «»««« iMtMd of S5 
Met wide as allowed lor an accoM diiTe«a|r to both 
LyBBhaTBo Parkway and Sooth LnuMvm told ob a 
Panwl (155* by 175'), at tin wrOiMS&rly litersedloo 
eHiyiMmie nricwaf aad Soeih LyudMvoi Road. Pria- 
laoi Ullili IKiiniMh 
RK^AR s^am5k: 

h nooMS R. PtotdMW' ir e^p w ts a nurtece to altow ttie 
firtttai of wmfot recn^Mal eqt^Meat la troat <tf a 
hattrHn iaitead ofMHadtte aaarefll portieatif a iNdld- 
m aftegt to a igbM street m Lot St, BkMc 1. ^- 
^3] ^^1^ ''^'^ i*^* Cei^»9rd BrMp RcM. 
l^iqitTiUi Befooih. 

2. MM A.Motrawrid l e iwi j U a variaan to altow the 
parUag of Ba|«> reevueMlt e qa j p a ia nt ia froat of a 
haUdHi ia^Bd of befebidtti iiafeit portfoa of a baild- 
lai ttn^em to a iMUte rifeet oa U*. ISi. Saeioa 21, 
ft-taean imm Plan. SM flottk BoOmm Drive. Lyna- 
teMtBoroa^ 

I. Mm. naaite D. Eal^y retrtote a «ariittee to allow 
Om airhlaf of tutxt reenMoiihl eq^pteat ia frad of 
a feni«aMd of beUad tktaearestportioiiof a boild- 
ta| i^Meat to a pAik ifevet oa Lot 4, Block 19. 
t, AracQoa VUlafe, 8M Hopwood Laae. Bay- 



GooifeT. Mttler refHSts a nuriaaoe to aUow the 
laiftiBi of BMjw raereraoaal oqpdpBeat ia fraat of a 
tadldlaf laatead of Mdwl tte aeanrt portioa of aiaiild- 
laf adNaot to a pablle street oa Lot t. Block S, Sec- 
tta-l^ PMybroke Mawar. 4M 'ncoodne^ Road. Bay- 



S. Hoaas R. Don reqaoirta A mrlaaee of S Int to a 
S iaet aide yard uMbuA iaatoad of 10 feet as reqalred 
of Lot 47. SeetJea S. Bavaa Satates. 1032 Cedar Forest 
Drtye. KaaijafMle Boronh. 

I. Aaaa LeOB Liaprel &nee 1^ GmaljA M. Wood re- 
qaesto a nriaaee of I leet to tnoe iHrf^ to a 9 foot 
faaee iutaad of 4 feet M tftawed la a idde iMd ad|M«irt 
to a street (Ptaewead Drive) ea Lot47, Ptae«oalQar- 
deaa, 101 Dnftwiood toad. MMai*ea Boroagh. 
7. Rraak D. Aiiaaa reqaiMs a Hilfttaes to allmr the 
of Bulor recreattoaal aq^taaae^ la froat <rf a 
tai^aad Of boMad tte aaar^ioi^ao of a baild- 
ttf aflacert to a pridic Onti. oa Lot 31. modi K. ate 
1. I^rt S, Le*d Gre«a, MIOTrMtewiads Road. KMnps- 
rilie Dorwtf u 

I. Bodaigr W. a^ndll re<|ae^ a variaaee of S tad to a 
S feat aide yard setback iostead of lO feet as reqatrod 
fiMCtt side) aad of 4 feet to a f fbot rear yard . aettaiA 
iasteadof 10 feet as reqaired (detached iitfate)oa Lot 
4. Bleek Si aeelitti t. anry Pari(. 1013 Sheny Aieaae. 




9. Barry R. nd Otaac 0. Grofory reqaaat a vniaotM 
to altar toe puttog of attjo- recreattoaal eqa^eid 
to firoat of a bdlUttv i^ted of bohtad toe aeu«at por- 
tioa of a baUtt« al^wflit to a poMto stoeet oa Lot 70, 
Seetfoa L-6, Put l^ waea itoa, tSOS GemfaBB CMseegt. 
Pria^ss Ane Botaa^. 

10. "Theodim K. Md Oiaaa Batt rofi^ a variaaee 
to aUo* the fuUm 4 nalor recriS^avitaaieBt 
to fraatot a MHlaiJartaw at haMM4i»aaiiiirii«r 
ttoa of a Indldlai ailhiwt to a i^rtredtiiLBUl. 
MoA A, SacUoil^ ikar^oBih ipBre. ^inaModoa 
Wif . Priaeeaa Amo Boraai^ 

11. Jeaaae C. Mds reqM^ a vartooce to altovaa 
wcewary Bat flbod artiiniiiieiai) to hata a slga orlaa- 
tated oatoide of toe soataf let(air«et) oa Lot 13. Btoek 
21. ^ftato Baack, 2M Atlaatte Aveeae.Tiri^ala Biaeh 



12. CarolyatellaadRhoadalailrtekrafMBtamritfee 
to idtofw aa accwsery aaa rtnad JrtalilmiBi lit) to hm a 
sifB orieatalad to toe hoaltaik «here proidliltodoa 
Lot U, Block llfTirftato Beach, ttOdAttoattoAvoBoe. 
Viiftato Beai* Boreal 

13. W. Mfllard Md Befvarly S. M^ga raqaett a nr- 
iaace of «.4fMtoam«fiMiaideyattad}aeeattoa 
^raat (Honemd Coartt hMtoad aC 20 feet as rofdred 
of Let IX. Sectioa 3, Hoaes^d tOfI Fireside Laae. 



14, Brace B. Taykn- aad Dritonp B. Hott reqae^ a rar- 
toacaef •.$ toet to a 3.5 toot aide yard setback instead 
ot 10 fe^ as reqi^«d iHmw a eeauMretol loaed district 
afVolM a residcidial or ^ptftoMrt aea«i dMrict oa 
Loto 14, 15. 14. 17, II Md lea^to otLotolO. 11. 
a, tt, «oek t. Hfdtond Road ad Roseanat Rood, 
PecMGardeas. MacMS AaaoBoHNli^ 
19. Tldawater Ctfib T?. lac. dba (^ Caide of Virgiato 
Beach, toe. rip a sto a^wtoaw of *» fleet to a SO foot 
selh^ for a Goauaar^ aataaaa iBstead of tto feet as 
req^vd oa a 1.K PmM, eoiHb«t» P^i. MOO Clew- 
Ittd Street. Bayride Bntn^. 
It. Batoe D. Oai^ ripiltJ a nriaaee of 10.9 toet 
to a 19.2 toot fhMt yard seOaek tastaad otSOfeetas 
rofaired aad of It feet to a 2 laot side yard ad^eeat to a 
rest) 4ia Street) iastead of 20 toet as nqptradaad 
2.4 foot to a 2.t iMt rtde yard setoKk faOrih side) 
of 5 feet as reqidred of Lot 9aadPart(rfL^ 
10, Tke ftittes, 4006 Oeoaatroet. VliiiatoBe*ch 



17. Joha W. Parker reqaeito a nrluce (rf 2.9 feet to 
a 7.2 loot aide yasi sMhaek toataad of lOfeatasre- 
qptrad (anrto preperty Itoe) ud of S.S feet to a 4.7 
toot rear yud setback taMMd of 10 feet as nqrired 
oa Lot 52t. Ptot#2, C^e Story by toe Sea, 2209 Beech 



It. WMley M. aad CtfMtoe P. Fa^r reqaest a nr- 
iaaee of 2 feet to faaee height to a t Iwt feaee tfatead 
of 4 feet as allomd to a reqaired side ]«rd si^cMt 
to a Mrcel (LotoI Greca BedtoVHdi) oa Lot 1, noiAI, 
SIto 1, Part 1, Level Grcea, tlOO Prairie Ceort. 



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C. Coptftaad re^i^s a variaaee of 19 toet to a 

setoaek troai a street lastoad of M feet as re- 

flroBi boto Aorc Mro aad Snry Road oaLet 

St, Oeeaa Park. Shwe Sitov aad Sury Road. 

Bayrida BmWgh. 

^ itfttJeAVfS MUST APPEAR BEF(ȣ THE 

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By MARILYW J. WEBIR 

Wi^ Dons Lo^ of Ylrgtala tek^ teards the plaji« 
M A^ttst IMh, s^'U be startli^ od tbe first ler "' ~ 
trip she's dreaned aboitf mwA of her life. 

After a ^ to tfew York to change planes, Doris will 
wiag ter way to Nairobi, Kenya, and an African safari, 

^orU will be accompaiiied on her trip by her friend 
Jerri HG«mn, also of YirKlnia Beach. Boto Doris «ad 
Jerri kU kmA to toterest others to the tripbdtttflit 
pe«ito Mtd aimses: '*I haven't got enough money; I can't 
ttfce tttM Mmm^ tiae; ny pareato will be visiting." 

Dwria says they're all reasonable excuses and the same 
«ws Ae Bi%ht hsYe used herself a few years back. But, 
Doris isn't making accuses anymore. "I don't pat thilga 
off anymwe," says Doris who has had major surgery 
OB sev» ittlferrat occasions to stem the spread of cancer 
thrMKhOttt her bo^. Each time Doris and her doctors 
hoped th^ had centred toe canc«r, but toe first sii 
tines they were wrong. They may be wrong this time. 
Doris isat taktog a^ chances. 

"I doa't do uytting today that I might be sorry for 
toamrow, bid I do a lot that I ni|^ not do if I didn't 
lawv I had cueer," DorU eqdatos. "to a way I'm lucky," 
she GolMn«i jddtosoi^eaUy, "anyone bould die crossing 
toe street I laww I'm gotog to dto aad I tave a (doaee to 
do all toe tttogs I'vealwayswaBtodtodo before it Uivens." 

Doris decitM siMaetlme ago toat an African niiri was 
OM of the thli^ she really waided to A) whUe she still 
had ttme. Se had started lo<ftiag toto m tr^, in fact, 
she 1^ her passport, when she read aboat Roger Corfield. 

Roger if an Englishman who conducts sabris in Kenya. 
He was to Yirgiato Beach visiUng a Navy tomily with whom 
he'd made Iri^ds in Africa. Doris said it was Impulse 




Doris Ludy riding 'Fleas Knees' 



that made her track down the Navy, commander and his 
family wito trtiom Corfield was visiting. She talked with 
the English golde by telephone and got the details On his 
itfari. 

"It's perfect. Just what I wanted," says Doris of fhp 
safari that will be spent on horseback and In jeeps; viewing 
Kenya and the animals of the African plains. 

Doris wasn't interested in tauntiitg. She's an aninisl 
lover and Just wanted toe opportunity to see toe animals 
in thair natural home. The horseback portion of the trip 
will be right up Doris' alley. Among her most prised 
possessiOBS is an 18-year-old horse named "Fleas Knees". 

Doris .has had the horse since he was a colt. She pets 
hiai fondly aad says, "He's lUands of toe most beautiful 
thlaglkaow " 

Pleas Knees, who is stabled and coralled behind Doris's 
homa en Salem Road, won't make the trip, naturally. 
Corflald pravldBB horaaa tor idaaalari. 

Doris aad Jerri will meet Corfield to Nairobi on August 
22Bd, The first ^gM days of toe safari will be spent on 
honaback. Then the party will switch to Jeeps to view 
soma of the more dangerous African game. No hunting is 
doae OB toe satori. In toet, hunting haii been banned com- 
pletely^ to Kenya— a toet which Doris cheers. 

A* excited as she is about her trip, Doris to already 
jdHBi^ more for her future. One plan fnrenost in her 
ffltod to a rrtura ttip toXaaya. ^'11 retara frcm Nairobi 
on Siptenb«r lOto aad plans to iMve VlrgiHto BMCh for 
her teeaad iUrieaa adwadnre on Ja^ry ^Hh. S^'s hoping 
to iateriit otNn to Jcdntog her for toe se<»>iid trip. 

"It's raal^ bettw if tow to six pec^le go. That way 
everyone goto a br«dc to air fare sad jo the cost of toe 
safari," Doris exptoins. 

Bid this time ste's paying full tore all around. The air 
tore from New York wm be |1176 ami the satori, itself, 
wlU cost fists. 

"I donii care bow mw^ it eosU me. I'm borrowing toe 
mooay aad hoping I live loi« enough to pay it back," die 
says. . . 

The salui hiuto^t been toe <»ly thing Doris toui s«i|^i 
to do. La«t satoBMr she eaa^ a wldto marlto. aad toe 
ritot^ sfte recoil^ after lettUg It go, hungsto her liviag- 
rooai. 

Dtois goes o^ aa&a a wei^ as an ann-mitice mate aboard 
the VabdO n wito Captato Bitt M«rddito. She says, "TUs 
summ«- ttwre's ablMmaritoootto^«ltomy name on it." 

Dnis, who retired fnmi Civil Service, id^ her battle 
wito eani»r intocfirrid arito her. Job. has idways been 
active and strooity toterested to animals, fier Uvlogroom 
vnlU Kidd pietusea of tcr Borsoi, Clmmi^ Ristovto's 
9aron Dimitri. Umltri ^ed of cucer to 1975. Doris was 
givw anotofr Borsoi pofi^ bat had to retan him when 
extdnive mttiHT aiada i ^mpsstole tor her to cope wito 
an aettte yooog «g. Now she has Stoot^.a mtoed breed she 
adofiat at toe SFCA, when she was ddting vidanteer work 
at the shelter; V 

"t resisted him for a l(»g tinto." Doris relates, "but 
whw Ht de«el<|ped kennel cough and I knew he'd be pot to 
slee^ I Irouij^ldbi iJBtoe." 

Dorto Lvilf Is a lieutitol person. Admired lor her 
»1SU0» tft the toce of earner, QorU afiaits shelbasn't 

tleetiaiis Mve rw toe fuM i^nM, wreatoani 
ihctodiBg 1^ {flaUBiog and attei^pi tt luicide. 

"R was dmb," ahe says dew necMQiag her close bntth 
w^ikmto. "I'U Beyer do it a|^." 

'Mm iiylpK nsk day to ito fullMt, Doris says. "I have 
doiito diq«k bat a mi&oaai^ who's to perfect heatthhas 
down diys. Moat (rf toe tiBw4^ fina." 

Dorto shartf ter aperimcta wito cancer to hoftes toey 
aiay hrip MiDeoaa else. "Some pec^e don't want to hear 
abool it, ft bothers them. Bat, tf I think I am help. I'll 
talk to someone tor hoan," she says. 




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Dr. Andrew T. Carriagt«> 
has beea appolated Program 
Evala^ wito toe Virginto 
PoMic Schooto' De- 
(rf Research. 
Ptoaaiag aad Develoimert. 

As the Program Evala- 
ator. Dr. Carrinton, who 
received hto doctorate to 
edacatioaal administration 
to May firom Virginto Tech 
to MaiisbniY, will be con- 
dBctiig evaluative studies of 
various coorses ot to- 
stnicttoi to the Virgil 
Bea^TChoc^. 

Dr.<CarriagtoB«aftbbrB to 
NOTfott. He to a 1969 grad- 
uate of I. C. Norotm High 
SdKOl to Portsraoato. uid 
earaed a bachetor's degree 
to industrial arts frMi 
Hampton Instttide to 1969. 

To conqdete hto Isirt six 
moalhs at Hampton Institute, 
Ca^Uigton to^^ with toe 
Btt4b» City Schools. 
Onriag toto Ume, he was 
selwted as "TMCher of the 
Year", a imii|M hoaor for a 
sta de n t teacher. 

FollMttg Us graitaatiim, 
te*. Carriagtoa Mrved two 
aad a hatt years wito the D.S. 
Ariay, ri^ to toe raidEOf 
wMi the Army 



TranspotlMtioo Onrpa. Be 
served tf Ft. Uotm, fi 
Eustto, ft. Knox. Ky.^^^fi. 
Lee, Vs., and to TtoOtoin. 

to J^itt^ 1972, Carriag- 
t<p r^araed to Hampton City 
Sdiooto to^chfeaeralMii^ 
at JettenoD DmM dRtotor 
H^ School, m^uott^ 
drawing at PeoliMiftii^^ 
School, aad then ladBilrial 
cot^erative ft^^ at 
KeeoogbtanHighSdted. 

During toto timehe M^ 
at HamptM Instttnto and to 
1974 earned hto toaster's 
degree to educatfamalsivM'- 
vtstoa. 

White i^bMSfm tor hto 
doctorate at Vli^j^ Td^ 
Carrtogtm was tomdwd to 
evala^ve ^dtes as a uni- 
versity sdBlaistnMn to- 
tem. From Ame toAi^st, 
1976, hewuan^adasan 

wito the MaHMMS Park 
City Sdmols' wMM<r to or- 
ganised Sid to^NuMedtoe 
^tf** fixit smamv M^eoi 
jvogram. 

I^. CarrAgtokfitoarri^ 
to the fMser Tensa 
Oarieae lob aglMiiitowa, 
Virgida. whom to MM wMte 
^ Yiigitoa Tech. He to also 



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Bi^Ust C»nrch of fpirjblk. 



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IngMg^t. aad a evalm^hm 



I^ttaUy 1^. Ca^i«toa pian for ttii« (aArali^rs 
will be iavoived in Mdmrt-' to mato^ class txr Virginto 
teadtor evalwticw project, 'Beach JunitH* High Scho<a. 

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Dr. J. H^ry UcCof, Jr. 

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I^. Robert A. torvoUno 

jtoaoaaee to^ anoctotiM fM p«ctice 
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